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Planning and Partnerships: Coordinating Rural Resources for Emergency Preparedness and Response

Description
Discusses how rural healthcare facilities can prepare for natural and man-made disasters, the need for flexibility, and the importance of learning from others' experiences. Includes examples of rural communities and providers responding to a tornado in Iowa, an earthquake in Alaska, and an armed hostage standoff in South Dakota.
Author(s)
Tami Lichtenberg
Citation
Rural Monitor
Date
03/2019
Type
Document
Organization
Rural Health Information Hub
Tagged as
Abuse and violence · Emergency preparedness and response · Health information technology · Hospitals · Alaska · Georgia · Iowa · South Dakota