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The “Magic” of Veoci
The “Magic” of Veoci

As the IT market is replete with contenders, it’s important for companies to stand out from the crowd - getting named by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant is a big boost.

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Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System
Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System

Hartford HealthCare System uses Veoci to digitize Emergency Operations Plans (EOP), and make sure they meet Joint Commission, CMS, and OSHA standards.

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The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow
The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow

The safety management system is built on hazard reporting and risk assessment. But what will tomorrow's safety management sytem look like?

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Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management
Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management

Preparedness is important in every industry. But it’s especially so in healthcare, as many people’s health and safety rely on the continuity of services and operations.

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How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises
How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises

That COVID-19 vaccine will need to be distributed, and local organizations may be tapped to help out. Colleges and universities may be part of that cohort. Participating schools will need to run points of distribution (PODs) to accomplish this. And if a school’s staff is unfamiliar with this type of operation, a practice run is worth their time.

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Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments
Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments

Lately, things are moving weirdly fast. We’re less than 3 months away from that December deadline. So if your organization does have leftover funds from the CARES Act to spend, how can your team best use those funds?

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Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020
Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020

The incident command system (ICS), however, was developed in the 1970s, and while it’s been used and occasionally updated through the decades, it’s a good time to ask if we should update it again or if we can identify and address any of its shortcomings.

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Managing Multiple Emergencies
Managing Multiple Emergencies

While emergency managers can effectively and efficiently respond to incidents and disasters, they can’t prevent events from happening. While it’s rare, emergencies can overlap and stress the response infrastructure emergency management teams have implemented at their organizations. What strategies can emergency managers use to respond to these unusual scenarios?

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Making Resource Requesting and Asset Management More Efficient
Making Resource Requesting and Asset Management More Efficient

Two of the lesser known operations organizations and state and local governments perform are resource requesting and asset management. While these two operations aren’t well known, they are critical to daily operations for the organizations and governments that employ them, something the COVID-19 pandemic has only made more apparent. The importance of these operations doesn’t mean they come without their challenges. Certain steps in the processes associated with these operations can be bottlenecks, and the organizations running these operations should consider solutions that resolve and break those bottlenecks.

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Integrating CAD, Emergencies, and Planning
Integrating CAD, Emergencies, and Planning

One of the most used pieces of tech in this industry are CADs (computer-aided dispatch systems). However, CADs are often closed systems that capture all the data emergency services need. But there is an opportunity for these systems (depending on how they're built) to integrate with other tools employed by emergency services.

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The Lasting Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Healthcare Industry
The Lasting Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Healthcare Industry

Even after the pandemic is over, it is likely that the healthcare industry will see lasting effects from the challenges its institutions have had to overcome. The financial burden, PPE shortages, and telemedicine are just a few of the changes we can expect to see lingering in the healthcare industry.

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Enabling Universities to Use Self-Reporting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Enabling Universities to Use Self-Reporting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As schools open up in the fall, exposure to COVID-19 is a serious concern for staff and the student body. Fortunately, with a solid self-reporting tool, members of the school community have a way to report potential exposure to the organization. 

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COVID-19: Making Return-to-Work Smooth for Workers
COVID-19: Making Return-to-Work Smooth for Workers

As more and more organizations make the transition back to a physical workplace, there are many factors to consider to maintain the health and safety of employees. Fortunately, there are some steps workers can take to mentally and physically ease the transition back to work.

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Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management
Program Management: A Holistic Take on Healthcare Emergency Management

Preparedness is important in every industry. But it’s especially so in healthcare, as many people’s health and safety rely on the continuity of services and operations.

Continue reading
How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises
How Higher Education Can Practice Point of Distribution (POD) Exercises

That COVID-19 vaccine will need to be distributed, and local organizations may be tapped to help out. Colleges and universities may be part of that cohort. Participating schools will need to run points of distribution (PODs) to accomplish this. And if a school’s staff is unfamiliar with this type of operation, a practice run is worth their time.

Continue reading
Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments
Revisiting the CARES Act: What It Means for Local Governments

Lately, things are moving weirdly fast. We’re less than 3 months away from that December deadline. So if your organization does have leftover funds from the CARES Act to spend, how can your team best use those funds?

Continue reading
Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020
Taking Another Look at ICS in 2020

The incident command system (ICS), however, was developed in the 1970s, and while it’s been used and occasionally updated through the decades, it’s a good time to ask if we should update it again or if we can identify and address any of its shortcomings.

Continue reading
Managing Multiple Emergencies
Managing Multiple Emergencies

While emergency managers can effectively and efficiently respond to incidents and disasters, they can’t prevent events from happening. While it’s rare, emergencies can overlap and stress the response infrastructure emergency management teams have implemented at their organizations. What strategies can emergency managers use to respond to these unusual scenarios?

Continue reading
Making Resource Requesting and Asset Management More Efficient
Making Resource Requesting and Asset Management More Efficient

Two of the lesser known operations organizations and state and local governments perform are resource requesting and asset management. While these two operations aren’t well known, they are critical to daily operations for the organizations and governments that employ them, something the COVID-19 pandemic has only made more apparent. The importance of these operations doesn’t mean they come without their challenges. Certain steps in the processes associated with these operations can be bottlenecks, and the organizations running these operations should consider solutions that resolve and break those bottlenecks.

Continue reading
Integrating CAD, Emergencies, and Planning
Integrating CAD, Emergencies, and Planning

One of the most used pieces of tech in this industry are CADs (computer-aided dispatch systems). However, CADs are often closed systems that capture all the data emergency services need. But there is an opportunity for these systems (depending on how they're built) to integrate with other tools employed by emergency services.

Continue reading
The Lasting Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Healthcare Industry
The Lasting Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Healthcare Industry

Even after the pandemic is over, it is likely that the healthcare industry will see lasting effects from the challenges its institutions have had to overcome. The financial burden, PPE shortages, and telemedicine are just a few of the changes we can expect to see lingering in the healthcare industry.

Continue reading
Enabling Universities to Use Self-Reporting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Enabling Universities to Use Self-Reporting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As schools open up in the fall, exposure to COVID-19 is a serious concern for staff and the student body. Fortunately, with a solid self-reporting tool, members of the school community have a way to report potential exposure to the organization. 

Continue reading
COVID-19: Making Return-to-Work Smooth for Workers
COVID-19: Making Return-to-Work Smooth for Workers

As more and more organizations make the transition back to a physical workplace, there are many factors to consider to maintain the health and safety of employees. Fortunately, there are some steps workers can take to mentally and physically ease the transition back to work.

Continue reading
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