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Managing Chronic Diseases During Disasters

Nicolette Louissaint, Ph.D.

March 16, 2017

March 16, 2017 - Two weeks ago, we had the opportunity to host a roundtable discussion on preparedness for managing cardiovascular disease and e... (more)


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Making the Most of Advance Notice

Sarah Baker

March 15, 2017

March 15, 2017 - While the debate on whether Winter Storm Stella was ‘a bust’[1] or not may... (more)


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Healthcare Ready Provides Resources During Hurricane Matthew

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 6, 2016 – As Hurricane Matthew gets closer to making landfall on the mainland of the United States, Healthcare Ready, a nonprofit dedicated to ensuring patient access to healthcare in times of disasters, is engaged to provide ongoing needed assistance and coordination of response efforts. The following stat... (more)


Emergency public health funds released with the passage of the CR, HcR looks to the response ahead

WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 30, 2016 – Healthcare Ready celebrates the passage of $1.1 billion towards the Zika virus response efforts included in the continuing resolution (CR) voted on by Congress this week and signed into law by President Obama yesterday. The CR includes emergency funding urgently needed for the Zika response, which has already resulted in 3,625 cases in... (more)


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Morning Consult

To Bolster National Security, Don’t Cut Scientific Research

March 24, 2017

President Donald Trump’s proposed budget is essentially a policy document, outlining the policy priorities of the administration and their plan to ... (more)


Morning Consult

The Key to Medicine Resilience Is Continued Access for All Americans

February 2, 2017

A critical foundational element of any effective health care system is ensuring access to proper care. However, this is something many take for gra... (more)


The Hill

Collaboration Needed for Inauguration Emergency Planning and Beyond

January 19, 2017

Friday’s inauguration, related events and protests will bring millions of people to D.C., which will inevitably cause several disruptions around th... (more)


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