Dedicated team deals with disaster

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By Allen Weiss, M.D.

Hurricane Irma brought out our best as the NCH team exceeded expectations. Before, during, and after the storm we shared the following communications with our colleagues that show the “inside story” of how we think and execute. We also had Naples Daily News (NDN) Reporter Liz Freeman... read more

Topic: Community Health
Tags: Emergency Preparedness, disaster readiness, leadership

Hospitals: Always There, Ready to Care

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The tragic Paris terrorist attacks reminds our country of the important work that the women and men of America’s hospitals do every day to keep our nation safe. That’s because we’re prepared, not only for the expected but also the unthinkable. Hospitals accept the challenge of being “Always There, Ready... read more

Topic: Community Health
Tags: Emergency Preparedness, disaster readiness

Ready to Care

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On Memorial Day, we honor the courageous service of the men and women who paid the ultimate price to defend our freedom. The weekend is also a time to kick off summer with parades and picnics, sun and family fun. While many are making plans for their vacations, the women and men of America’s hospitals... read more

Topic: Community Health
Tags: Emergency Preparedness, Community health, disaster readiness, preparedness

America's Hospitals: There For You When You Need Us

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Hospitals’ unique role as a 24/7 health care provider is never more critical than during a disaster. Hospitals provide more than just care for the ill and injured – they are centers for relief and recovery, offer food and shelter for those in need, and help patients and communities begin the healing... read more

Topic: Access and Coverage
Tags: quality, population health, Emergency Preparedness, Community health, Coverage, access, disaster readiness, preparedness

Always There, Ready to Care

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How many facilities in your community are ready to serve you every hour of every day of every week – especially in times of emergency? How many are willing and able to take care of anyone who walks in the door? Your first thought, correctly, might be your local police or fire department. But America’s... read more

Topic: Access and Coverage
Tags: socioeconomic status, Emergency Preparedness, Coverage, Redefining the H, access, disaster readiness, preparedness

America's Hospitals: Always There, 24/7

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The role of hospitals is unique: always there, for all patients, ready to care, from the routine to the catastrophic. But the new report “Always There, Ready to Care,” shows how rising demand, constrained capacity and the erosion of financing to meet community needs are putting this role at risk.

At the... read more

Topic: Access and Coverage
Tags: site neutral payment, population health, Emergency Preparedness, Medicare, Coverage, Redefining the H, advocacy, Medicaid, disaster readiness, preparedness

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