Healthcare-disaster-preparedness-recovery Page ContentHurricanes Harvey and Irma caused widespread destruction and disruption to healthcare facilities in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, and other regions in the southeastern United States. In response, ECRI Institute is providing free access to a range of resources, publications, and tools to help healthcare facilities in this time of need. This Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Resource Center focuses on technology management, risk management, and patient safety. It includes links to valuable materials from ECRI Institute and external organizations. This site will be updated as more resources become available, so check back regularly. ECRI Institute ResourcesMedical Device SupportList of Medical Device Service Companies in Affected Areas, Sourcebase, retrieved on 9/12/2017Patient Safety and Risk ManagementHow Did Florida Hospitals Prepare for Hurricane Irma?, HRC Alerts, 9/13/2017Hurricane Harvey: The Storm Is Over, Challenges Remain, HRC Alerts, 9/6/2017How did Hospitals in Houston Handle Hurricane Harvey? HRC Alerts, 8/30/2017Emergency Management, Healthcare Risk Control, 11/1/2012Mold Remediation, Healthcare Hazard Control, 2/1/2007Natural Disasters, Healthcare Hazard Control, 4/1/2006External ResourcesNational Preparedness Month, CDC, 9/15/2017Hurricane Season Public Health Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Guidance for Health Care Providers, Response and Recovery Workers, and Affected Communities; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9/13/2017Hurricane Preparedness and Response, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, retrieved on 9/12/2017National Preparedness Month, Ready.gov, retrieved on 9/12/2017Irma Forces 35 Hospitals Across 3 States to Evacuate: 9 Things to Know, Becker's Hospital Review, 9/11/2017Applying for a 1135 Waiver, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 8/29/2017Hurricane Harvey and How You Can Help, American Hospital Association, 8/29/2017FDA Offers Tips about Medical Devices and Hurricane Disasters, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10/30/2014Remediation and Infection Control Considerations for Reopening Healthcare Facilities Closed Due to Extensive Water and Wind Damage, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6/20/2014QuestionsWe welcome your questions and will respond as quickly as we can. Please contact us at email@example.com.