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Weathering January 2019's Freezing Finale

Courtney Romolt

January 29, 2019

January 29, 2019 - The coldest arctic outbreak in twenty years is spreading over the Midwest this week and bringing bitter, dangerously cold tem... (more)


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Chairman’s New Year’s Greeting

Bruce Altevogt, PhD

January 7, 2019

January 7, 2019 - 2018 was a year of milestones and accomplishments for Healthcare Ready. From hurricanes to wildfires and disease outbreaks, we... (more)


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Healthcare Ready Executive Director Selected as Next Generation Leader

Healthcare Ready Executive Director Selected as Next Generation Leader

Awards Recognizes Nicolette Louissaint for Helping Communities Respond to Disasters

WASHINGTON, D.C. – December 18, 2018 –Healthcare Ready, a national nonprofit focused on improving the resiliency of healthcare systems to better meet communities’... (more)


Healthcare Ready Announces New Board Member

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 9, 2018 – Healthcare Ready announced today the appointment of Erin Horvath to its board of directors. Horvath is a seasoned leader with extensive expertise in healthcare supply chain operations and business continuity.

“Ms. Horvath’s experience managing daily supply chain operations during blue sky days, as well as times of crisis, st... (more)


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RealClear Health

Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going: Disaster Response

January 14, 2019

After two years of intense hurricane seasons, active wildfires, and the worst flu season in decades, it’s safe to say that the resources of the eme... (more)


UPTOWN Magazine

The Varying Levels of Vulnerability in the Face of Disaster

December 26, 2018

By defining what it means to be a vulnerable population or individual, we can better assess their needs for support. As we close out a year filled ... (more)


Emergency Management

Hurricanes Florence, Michael Raise the Issue of Public Health During Disaster

October 17, 2018

An editorial in North Carolina’s Fayetteville Observer began by saying, “Hurricane Florence turned the Cape Fear River into more of an open sewer t... (more)


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