Monday, March 27, 2017
NWHCC: 2017 Spring Fling Functional Exercise (1068559)
Clinical / Non-Clinical:
NW Healthcare Coalition 2017 Spring Fling Functional Exercise
This exercise is a functional exercise, planned for 3 hours - to be conducted in each county at Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
and each hospital EOC. The scope of the exercise will focus on emergency operation coordination and continuity of health and medical services.
1. The county will engage with community organizations to foster public health, medical and mental/behavioral health social networks.
2. The county will conduct preliminary assessment to determine need for activation of the county Emergency Operations Center.
3. Assemble appropriate public health and hospital staff at the EOC to support the community response to the disaster.
4. Manage and sustain the public health and hospital support to the disaster response.
5. Exchange information with community response and ESF8 partners to determine and maintain a common operating picture.
6. Coordinate integrated healthcare surge operations with pre-hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) operations.
Address Immediate Bed Availability (IBA)
7. Assist healthcare organizations with surge capacity and capability.
8. Address the needs of at-risk individuals.
Terrorism / Emergency Readiness
Performance / Quality Improvement
Emergency Medical Services
Administrators / Directors / Managers
General / Field / Frontline Staff
Government / Community Leader
Core Capability and Preliminary Target List:
Core Capabilities (bold) and Preliminary Targets (regular font)
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Public Health Preparedness Capabilities
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Function 1: Determine risks to the health of the jurisdiction
Function 3: Engage with community organizations to foster public health, medical, and mental/behavioral health social networks
Function 2: Coordinate community public health, medical, and mental/behavioral health system recovery operations
Emergency Operations Coordination
Function 4: Manage and sustain the public health response
Function 2: Activate public health fatality management operations
Function 3: Exchange information to determine a common operating picture
Healthcare System Preparedness Capabilites
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Healthcare System Preparedness
Function 1: Develop, refine, or sustain Healthcare Coalitions
Function 3: Identify and prioritize essential healthcare assets and services
Function 1: Coordinate surges of deaths and human remains at healthcare organizations with community fatality management operations
Function 1: Provide healthcare situational awareness that contributes to the incident common operating picture
Function 1: The Healthcare Coalition assists with the coordination of the healthcare organization response during incidents that require medical surge
Function 2: Coordinate integrated healthcare surge operations with pre-hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) operations
Function 3: Assist healthcare organizations with surge capacity and capability
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