Pediatric Care Coordination Center CONOPS

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Pediatric Care Coordination Center CONOPS Patient Movement EEIs are provided on Page 7, which describes the concept of operations for patient movement in Michigan’s PCCC. Aside from the broad process, it does note specific EEIs related to pediatric patient movement. This can be adapted for use based on the local processes, roles and responsibilities, and needs of the incident. Pediatric Mass Casualty Incident EEIs is in Appendix B. It is a form designed to capture Pediatric Mass Casualty Incident EEIs as part of the request process for Michigan’s PCCC. This document can serve as a reference when developing pediatric MCI EEI lists and may additionally inform the development of similar forms or request processes.
File Name: MI-PCCC CONOPS FINAL 1.18.2022.pdf
Folder: Pediatric Surge Resources
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Audience type: Preparedness Professionals, Healthcare Providers, Non-Governmental Organization , Government Agency
Institution type:  Michigan
Resource type: Document (Docx, PDF, Text)
Hazard type: All Hazards
Published date: 2022
Author: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
EM Phases: Preparedness
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Created Date: 02-26-2024
Last Updated Date: 02-26-2024

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