Are You Federally Compliant? A Guide To Business Continuity Planning
- Hazard and vulnerability analysis
- Executive and senior leader succession planning – which includes orders of succession and delegations of authority
- Communications capabilities
- Documenting mission essential functions with associated tasks and processes
- Essential staff position profiles
- Continuity of financial and sustainment policies
- Addressing the complex interdependencies with stakeholders and external partners
- Help patients receive the care they need at the right place, at the right time, and with the right resources, during emergencies
- Decrease deaths, injuries, and illnesses resulting from emergencies
- Promote health care delivery system resilience in the aftermath of emergencies
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