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Registration Open for COVID-19: Mid-Response After Action Reporting Webinar

For chief nursing officers, chief financial officers, disaster preparedness coordinators, emergency department staff, risk managers, safety directors, infection control and clinical staff 

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Writing an After Action Report (AAR) and Improvement Plan from a real event can be challenging enough. Writing one for an ever-changing event that has no end in sight can seem impossible. CHA’s COVID 19: Mid-Response After Action Reporting Webinar will discuss how the midterm AAR can use lessons learned — not only in meeting regulatory, accreditation, and grant requirements — but  to identify ways to better respond and what to share with partners that can also help the community response. 

In this rapidly changing situation, now is the time for hospitals to gather information in a mid-response evaluation and consider what has gone right as well as identify areas of improvement for COVID-19 patients. How should you approach, organize, and submit a mid-response report to a real event? Are there things you can do now to help with the after-action reporting? 

Join CHA’s Vice President of Emergency Management, Mary Massey, as she explains both mid and after-action reporting during a real event specific to COVID-19, and how tools can be used to provide COVID-19 response feedback. California hospitals will be able to analyze what went right, what needs improvement, and solutions to improving health care’s facility and community response to this virus. 

This complimentary, members-only webinar will be held on June 23 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. (PT). For more information and to register, click here.