DATA FOR STATE EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RESPONSE

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  • DATA FOR STATE EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RESPONSE

    1. 1. DATA FOR STATE EMERGENCYDATA FOR STATE EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RESPONSEPLANNING AND RESPONSE NSGICNSGIC September 23 - 27, 2007September 23 - 27, 2007 Madison, WIMadison, WI
    2. 2. Key Points • It’s about more than points on a map • Ongoing, consistent data collection is key • Detailed contact information greatly extends the value of the data layers • “All source” methodology is critical
    3. 3. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 3 Background – IONIC • Founded in 1999 • Located in Alexandria, VA • A leading provider of Open Geospatial® Web Services software and author of numerous OGC standards • Partner with MCH to spatially-enable MCH’s list data and to bring the data to the federal/state geospatial community
    4. 4. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 4 Background – MCH • Founded 1928 • Located in Sweet Springs, MO, just east of Kansas City • Privately owned • Leading provider of US “institutions” databases • Compiles all data in US Sweet Springs facility
    5. 5. Review: Places2protect • 14 Vector Data Layers Available Through NGA/DHS HSIP • Many are Tele Atlas rooftop points • All layers include feature detail for State planning • Viewing access to State Homeland Security community through ICAV • Additional attributes may be captured on a State-by-State basis • Additional layers available
    6. 6. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 6 Current Layers Available to States • Emergency Medical • Hospitals • Urgent Care Centers • Ambulance Services • Emergency Response and Relief • County Health Departments • Red Cross Chapters • Police • Fire Stations • Other Medical • Handicapped Children/Residential Treatment Centers • Nursing/Retirement Homes
    7. 7. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 75/30/2006 Current Layers Available to States (Cont’d) • Places Where There are Children • Schools • Child Care • Handicapped Children/Residential Treatment Centers • Senior Care • Nursing & Retirement Homes • Colleges and Universities • Jails and Correctional Facilities • Churches • Domestic Violence Shelters • Runaway and Homeless Shelters
    8. 8. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 8 Data Compilation Methodology • MCH compiles and verifies institutional information from a wide range of sources • Telephone surveys • Printed and internet directories • State and regional licensing data • Association membership listings • Web crawlers • MCH clients are reimbursed for providing information on closed facilities and address changes
    9. 9. Year-to-Date Compilation Statistics HSIP Data • Received 15,470 address corrections through “Nixie” return program • Modified data for 230,658 institutions in HSIP layers • Each institution touched 1.44 times 9© 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints
    10. 10. In Depth Use Case Emergency Preparation
    11. 11. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 11
    12. 12. Threatened Region At a Glance Captive Populations: • 25 Nursing Homes • 65 Elementary Schools • 14 Middle/ Jr. High • 8 High Schools • 5 Retirement/ Ass’t Living • 2 Special Needs Children Homes • 80 Child Care Centers • 1 Correctional Facility • 2 Community Colleges • 1 University EMS Available: • 5 Hospitals: 3 General, 1 Pediatric and Rehabilitative only • 8 Ambulance Services • 6 Main Fire Stations • 15 Nursing Homes with Skilled Beds capacity • 5 Urgent Care Centers • 9 Ambulatory Surgery Centers • 150 Large Churches to double as shelters.
    13. 13. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 15 Under the Points Sample Elementary School: • Public School under a unified district • Grades K-6 • Has 430 Children enrolled • Has a Child Care on premises with an additional 50 children • Has a school-age Before and After School Program • Opens early in the Year: August 15 • Special Needs students are also enrolled at the school
    14. 14. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 16 Under the Points Sample Child Care: • Capacity: 50 • Has an infant care program • Also has a B/A School Program • Controlled by an outside corporate firm
    15. 15. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 17 Under the Points Sample Nursing Home • 105 Beds • 25 Skilled Beds • Owned by city Diocese • Contains an Alzheimer's-Care unit
    16. 16. © 2007 IONIC Enterprise & MCH GeoPoints 18 Under the Points Sample: General Hospital: • Most centrally located to captive populations • Capacity: 1,000 Beds • Contains Blood Bank, Trauma Center and ICU • Lacking: Pediatric ICU
    17. 17. Taking Action • Involve school districts by calling Superintendents and list of Ass’t Supts: • What schools need assistance evacuating? Can the High Schools help themselves? • Can also involve the Principals – what schools need the most help? • Where is the closest Pediatric ICU in worst case scenarios? • Where can we perform triage if the hospitals are at capacity? What other surgery centers and clinics are in the area? • Who are the ER Directors at the hospitals and do they have a plan for overflow? • Are the cities Rescue Squads and Ambulance Services going to be able to handle the emergency? Are there locations in neighboring localities that can be called on for help?
    18. 18. Other Considerations • How does the scenario change with the time of year; the time of day? • What facilities can be grouped into one phone call as opposed to making 20 (districts, diocese operations, corporate child cares, etc)? • How is the city going to handle special needs, the very young, terminal patients?
    19. 19. Summary • It’s about more than points on a map • Ongoing, consistent data collection is key • Detailed contact information greatly extends the value of the data layers • “All source” methodology is critical
    20. 20. Contact Eddie Pickle IONIC Enterprise 703-535-5973 eddie@ionicenterprise.com Mary English MCH GeoPoints 816-448-3352 marye@mailings.com

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