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As preparations are being made by local and state governments to start phasing back into our normal lives, there is one thing we keep hearing and thinking... What is the possibility of a 2nd wave of COVID-19 once restrictions lift?
The truth is there is a strong possibility of a spike in cases again throughout the U.S.. So, how do we prepare for another outbreak as we return to some sense of normalcy?
Right now, you are still in your response or recovery phase and focusing on mitigating issues that are occurring within your facility. Chances are, you have already overcome your PPE shortages (among a myriad of other things) and are prioritizing testing and maintenance schedules to help you get back on track. There is no doubt that the recent pandemic is going to change how emergency preparedness and hospitals respond in the future. So what can hospitals proactively do now?
Response & Recovery Phase Ideas: Returning to Normal Operations & Preparing for a 2nd Possible Outbreak:
The initial response to the pandemic was reactive. Your planning now should be more strategic in nature. You already have experienced the initial downfall, now start utilizing mitigation to help minimize the effects of your secondary response. Keep in mind, your response is probably going to be different based upon your facility’s specialized needs and geographical areas. So, continue to network as much as possible during this phase, but don’t be surprised if you see variations from front line facilities of the pandemic. We can all learn from each other and go into the next situation with eyes wide open.
Presenters: Lance Wolf, Jason Piper, Phil Shuman, and Paul Wetzel
April 21, 2021
While surveying, I came across many different facility directors or emergency managers that were confused about the CMS 1135 waiver or felt it was specifically for clinical staff.
June 8, 2020
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