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Use intranet website to put hospital?s emergency operation plans at everyone’s fingertips

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March 1, 2011

When a disaster happens, hospitals turn to their emergency operation plans (EOP). It’s that plan, central to every emergency management (EM) effort, that outlines your response strategies and provides essential information to everyone from your leaders in the incident command center to staff on the hospital floors.

When a disaster happens, hospitals turn to their emergency operation plans (EOP). It’s that plan, central to every emergency management (EM) effort, that outlines your response strategies and provides essential information to everyone from your leaders in the incident command center to staff on the hospital floors.



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