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Case Report: Utilization of a Phased Response Disaster Plan

  • John E. Prescott (a1), Robert D. Slay (a1) and William H. Dice (a1)

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The traditional hospital disaster plan is complex and inefficient. Implementation during an actual or perceived crisis usually results in the mobilization of the entire hospital staff and multiple medical resources. This “all or none” phenomenon is costly in terms of manpower and supplies. Furthermore, there is protracted disruption of normal hospital services during disaster plan activation for training or real emergencies.

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Case Report: Utilization of a Phased Response Disaster Plan

  • John E. Prescott (a1), Robert D. Slay (a1) and William H. Dice (a1)

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