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  • 1.
    • ACP NYC Metro Chapter
    • March 18, 2010
    NYC Emergencies & WCMC Preparedness LARRY HECK Senior DR Project Manager at Weill Cornell Medical College
  • 2.
    • Agenda
    • Background
    • Technology and Healthcare
    • Recent outage impact
    • Outage Readiness
  • 3. Who we are and what we do?
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  • 6. Reputation #1 in NYC #6 in USA What’s to protect? Patient (Clinical) Our health 1 million visits Social Research Academic What’s to protect?
  • 7.
      • 1,000,000 visits per year
        • 200,000 unique patients per year
      • 1,300 Faculty
      • 3,000 Staff
      • 1,000 Students
      • 500 F/S/S at Qatar campus
    We are a global, billion $ organization committed to providing the best patient care in New York City .
  • 8.  
  • 9. 23 basic science and patient care departments Anesthesiology Orthopaedic Surgery Biochemistry Otorhinolaryngology (Ear Nose Throat) Cardiothoracic Surgery Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Cell and Developmental Biology Pediatrics Dermatology Pharmacology Genetic Medicine Physiology and Biophysics Medicine Psychiatry Microbiology and Immunology Public Health Neurology Surgery Radiology Obstetrics and Gynecology Reproductive Medicine Ophthalmology Surgery Urology
  • 10. Healthcare and Technology
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  • 12. EMR
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  • 14. How we have been impacted by outages?
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  • 21. Outage Readiness
  • 22. WCMC emergency readiness components: - Emergency Management Team - Emergency Notification tool - Departmental Planning - IT Governance - External partnerships
  • 23.
    • New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System
    • Mutual Aid Agreement with all member institutions
      • Allows movement of patients, materials, supplies, and personnel
    • Participate in tabletop drills with City, State and Federal agencies
    • Participate in NYC OEM Healthcare Facility Evacuation Plan
  • 24. Potential technology resources to share: - Redeploy experienced, responsive IT staff - Extend existing systems and services - Leverage network and datacenters - Partner with affiliated institutions - Support redeployment of faculty, staff and students After all, it is OUR community . . . .
  • 25. So, are you feeling better?
  • 26. Appendix
  • 27.
    • Report: The Next Challenge in Healthcare Preparedness: Catastrophic Health Events
    • The report finds that, while U.S. hospitals are significantly better prepared for disasters and public health emergencies now than they were in 2001, much work remains to be done especially in regard to catastrophic health events (CHE), such as large earthquakes, pandemic influenza, or the aftermath of nuclear or biological terrorism, which could sicken or injure tens of thousands. 
    • Some of the recommendations of the report include:  
      • US hospitals should participate in a healthcare coalition that prepares and responds collaboratively to common medical disasters and Catastrophic Health Events
      • Neighboring healthcare coalitions should establish links enable regional exchange of health-care information and assets during a CHE 
      • Triage sites should be established outside of hospitals and healthcare responders should be trained in CHE triage 
      • The resources of the private sector should be harnessed to develop a patient transportation system for a CHE 
      • Crisis standards of care should be expanded and promoted within and across states 
      • A national plan for various healthcare sector roles, responsibilities and actions in response to a CHE should be developed
  • 28. Unique Challenges
  • 29. WCMC Outreach
  • 30. Network and Data Centers