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Healthcare systems still have work to do to be better prepared for next disaster

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June 1, 2018

A timely, recent report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security examined how the U.S. healthcare system has fared while responding to emergencies both large and small. The authors concluded that the bigger the emergency, the less prepared healthcare facilities are for handling the crush of patients that come through their doors.

A timely, recent report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security examined how the U.S. healthcare system has fared while responding to emergencies both large and small. The authors concluded that the bigger the emergency, the less prepared healthcare facilities are for handling the crush of patients that come through their doors.



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