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Emergency Preparedness Program

Course Details:
Category: Corporate Compliance Duration:
45 minutes
Target Audience: All Employees; Risk Management
Course Overview: The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) require that Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers have Emergency Preparedness Requirements. This training covers this requirement to increase patient safety during emergencies and establish a coordinated response to natural and human-caused disasters(flooding, fires, hurricanes, contagious diseases epidemics, earthquakes, power or utility disruptions), including the need to have a risk assessment and emergency plan.

Training Includes:

  • Risk Assessment

  • All-Hazards Approach

  • Types of Threats:

    • Natural

    • Environment

    • Human

    • To Information Systems

    • Physical Threats and Attacks

    • Informations Systems

  • Contagious Disease Epidemics

  • Power Disruptions

  • Critical Infrastructure

  • Toxic Materials