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Emergency Preparedness & Response Strategic Planning. Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response Chris Williams, Deputy Chief. Washington State Hospital Association Emergency Preparedness Conference Wenatchee, WA May 28, 2014. WHY WAS THIS PROCESS NECESSARY?. Centers for Disease Control

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Emergency preparedness response strategic planning

Emergency Preparedness & Response Strategic Planning

Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response

Chris Williams, Deputy Chief

Washington State Hospital Association Emergency Preparedness Conference

Wenatchee, WA

May 28, 2014


Why was this process necessary

WHY WAS THIS PROCESS NECESSARY?

  • Centers for Disease Control

    • 15 Public Health Preparedness Capabilities

  • Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response

    • 8 Healthcare Preparedness Capabilities

  • 5-Year Cooperative Agreement

    • July 2012 – June 2017


By the numbers

By the Numbers

  • Public Health Preparedness Capabilities

    • 15 Capabilities

    • 65 Functions – 3-6 critical elements per capability to achieve the capabilities

    • 425 Resource Elements

      • 260 Planning Elements

      • 91 Skills & Training Elements

      • 74 Equipment & Technology Elements


By the numbers1

By the Numbers

  • Healthcare Preparedness Capabilities

    • 8 Capabilities

    • 29 Functions – 2-7 critical elements per capability to achieve the capabilities

    • 113 Resource Elements

      • 87 Planning Elements

      • 12 Skills & Training Elements

      • 14 Equipment & Technology Elements


Cooperative agreement year 1

Cooperative Agreement Year 1

  • Late 2011 thru Early 2012

    • Conducted a gap analysis with prioritization for CDC draft capabilities

    • Set cooperative agreement year 1 focus areas

      • Mass Care

      • Medical Surge


Cooperative agreement year 2

Cooperative Agreement Year 2

  • Late 2011 thru Early 2012

    • Revisited the gap analysis and priorities

    • Set cooperative agreement year 2 focus areas

      • Community Preparedness

      • Medical Surge

      • Public Health Laboratory Testing


Cooperative agreement years 3 5

Cooperative Agreement Years 3-5

  • Steering Committee Spring 2013

    • Mission

    • Vision

    • Goals

    • Established sub-group (health and medical partners)

  • Sub-Group

    • Identified sustainment capabilities

    • Set priorities for final 3 years

    • Established guideline activities


Thank you

Questions

Thank you!

Chris Williams

[email protected]

360-236-4075


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