COVID-19 has provided an opportunity for organizations to test their resiliency and any emergency plans that may or may not have been in place. While the level of impact caused by the pandemic may vary from organization to organization, one thing is for certain – the threat of pandemics as well as other types of emergencies will continue well into the future. Having an all-hazards approach, evidence-based and tested plan in place is a critical.

JCI’s Emergency Management service ensures that your organization will be prepared to respond, recover, and manage any emergency situations while sustaining readiness at all times. Our expert staff has decades of experience in driving practical and sustainable improvements to help organizations establish/update, validate, and operationalize your Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). By taking a holistic approach, our team of infection preventionists, clinicians, quality management and patient safety experts, emergency management specialists, and engineers leverage proven processes, tools and technology to deliver this as an integrated and comprehensive service and includes:

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Assessment
Evaluate current state and processes.

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Analysis and Recommendations
Identify key insights from the current state assessment and provide actionable recommendations for areas of improvement.

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Develop, Validate, and Operationalize
Develop and validate operational practices in collaboration with key stakeholders. Operationalize through resources and staff.

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Train and Transfer Knowledge
Train all the staff and communicate the policies and procedures involving emergency management and transfer knowledge and operational processes in order to affect transformation.

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Sustain
Periodic reviews and updates if subscription service is opted.

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*The use of Joint Commission International (JCI) advisory services is not necessary to obtain a Joint Commission International Accreditation award, nor does it influence the granting of such awards.