Emergency Preparedness Program

You can’t control the environment, but you can control your response.

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The health and safety of your staff and residents is your top priority, but the unpredictable nature of our environment requires providers to have an effective Emergency Preparedness Program (EPP) in place to ensure safety for all.

Three Steps to Effective Emergency Preparedness:


Plan

Create a roadmap to identify your organization’s action plan.


Execute

Practice that action plan to condition your staff and residents.


Sustain

Reinforce your plan regularly so your organization is always prepared to spring into action.

What’s Included in the Program?


By signing up for this program, you’ll receive regular updates and resources including webinars, checklists, and guides, so you can care confidently no matter what comes next.

Benefits of the Program


Ensure the safety and wellness of your residents and staff


Stay connected and communicate with family members and your vendors


Be confident that you’re prepared with a proper crisis-readiness process


Get back to normal faster with the right disaster recovery protocols

We’re in This Together: The EPP Alliance

PointClickCare has carefully partnered with leading experts in emergency preparedness:

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Life Safety and Emergency Management

Leading people, building teams, and quality control for healthcare programs.

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Automated Care Messaging Technology

Enabling daily engagement with patients, residents, and families.

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Education
Services

Improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them.

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Experienced and Caring LTPAC Consultants

Enhancing financial, clinical, and operational outcomes for LTPAC providers.

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The Cost of Not Having an Emergency Preparedness Plan


If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be prepared for the unexpected. But it’s not just the pandemic we need to consider. Other unexpected disasters can wreak havoc on our healthcare system as well. Not having an Emergency Preparedness Plan is no longer an option.

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Cliniconex: Keeping You Connected From a Distance


In Senior Living, social distancing isn’t just keeping your distance. Communities are finding that in order to keep residents and families informed of the new changes, they need to modify all of their operations to adjust and adapt to the new normal.

Be Prepared Before Disaster Strikes

Register now to receive regular updates and resources