Emergency Preparedness Regulatory and Compliance

Emergency Preparedness and Response plans recommended for transplant centers, ambulatory surgical centers, and critical access hospitals are provided. There is also a podcast regarding the handling of PHI during a disaster situation.

  • Guidelines/Recommendations

    Guidelines/Recommendations

    ASPR Tracie-Hospital and Transplant Center Requirements CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule

    The final regulatory rules on emergency preparedness for transplant hospitals. This is an excellent resource to ensure that a transplant organization’s current emergency preparedness plan meets the regulatory expectations.

    TAGS: Emergency, Current, Transplant, final, regulatory, Preparedness

  • Guidelines/Recommendations

    Guidelines/Recommendations

    ASPR Tracie-Ambulatory Surgical Center Requirements CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule

    The final regulatory rules on emergency preparedness for ambulatory surgical centers. This is an excellent resource to ensure that an ambulatory surgery center’s current emergency preparedness plan meets the regulatory expectations.

    TAGS: ambulatory, Surgical, Emergency, Preparedness, ASPR

  • Guidelines/Recommendations

    Guidelines/Recommendations

    ASPR Tracie-Critical Access Hospital Requirements CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule

    The final regulatory rules on emergency preparedness for critical access hospitals. This is an excellent resource to ensure that the critical access organization’s current emergency preparedness plan meets the regulatory expectations.

    TAGS: regulatory, Emergency, critical, access, Hospital

  • Audio

    Podcast

    Podcast – Emergency Preparedness and PHI

    This podcast features a 20-minute discussion with leaders in hospital Emergency Preparedness regarding the handling of Protected Health Information (PHI) during disaster situations. Tune in and listen to the latest information and be prepared to face emergencies while keeping the integrity of PHI intact.

    TAGS: Protected, Health, information, disaster, Hospital, Emergency