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  1. DHHS Region VICDC & HRSA Public Health and Health Systems PreparednessMeeting Outcomes      13 & 14 January 2005 Albuquerque, NM Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico Oklahoma, Texas

  2. Breakout Session Reports Planning & Exercise SNS Epidemiology & Surveillance Communication & Public Information

  3. Planning & ExerciseKey Issues • Title: The public health regional response to a zoonotic outbreak. • Issue: Assess the regional response to the public health aspects of a zoonotic outbreak.

  4. Planning & ExerciseMeasurable Action • Develop a regional tabletop exercise to test the ability of a public health response to a zoonotic outbreak by 30 August 2005. Include Epi, PH Labs, Command & Control/ Management • Design Team: Ken Knutson (NM – Team Leader); Gary Ragen (AK); John Burlinson (TX); Ed Kostiuk (OK – Alt. TL); Jerry Monier (LA)

  5. Planning & Exercise Tasks • Regional Conference Call 1 X Month • Develop Timeline • Develop Tabletop • Invite State Partners, including HRSA Hospital BT programs for surge capacity

  6. Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)Key Issues • Interstate SNS Cooperation

  7. SNSMeasurable Action • Develop a draft mutual aid SNS Chempack Plan by 30 August 2005 • Jerry Lazzari (NM – TL)

  8. Epidemiology & SurveillanceKey Issues • Share and Coordinate Pandemic Flu Plans

  9. Epidemiology & SurveillanceMeasurable Action • Establish a working group of Region VI Pandemic Flu Plan Leads • Identify those sections of the plans that involve interstate issues • Develop a Memorandum of Understanding on the sharing and coordination of resources • Stacy Hall (LA – TL)

  10. Communication & Public InformationKey Issues • Establish a multi-state crisis communication exercise to facilitate communication between states: • In accordance with NIMS • FFY Benchmark criteria met • LA & AK coordinate and cover all costs except individual state evaluators & travel expenses • Bob Alvey (AK – CO/TL); Melissa Walker (LA – CO/TL)

  11. Communication & Public InformationMeasurable Action • Two (2) Day initial training • Actual Exercise • Include Media on Health Alert Network/ Utilize HAN for intrastate & interstate information sharing • Establish joint network information center for interstate/intrastate PIOs on secure site • Use EPI–X (can be regional) • Establish multi-state risk communication workgroup

  12. Breakout Session Reports Preparedness Laboratories Education & Training Hospital & Health Systems Information Technology

  13. Preparedness LaboratoryKey Issues • Develop a protocol for sample submission to preparedness laboratories

  14. Preparedness LaboratoryMeasurable Action • Form an e-mail work group • Via the e-mail work group, share plans • Through the process of peer review, share individual state plans • Via the e-mail work group, develop a discussion board relative to laboratory issues

  15. Preparedness LaboratoriesTasks • Develop a timeline: • E-mail work group will be developed by 31 Jan 2005 • Identify a chair at the first meeting • Develop a draft for sample submission by 30 August 2005 • Jeff Moran (AK – CO/TL); Phil Adams (NM – CO/TL)

  16. Education & TrainingKey Issues • No compendium of training within Region VI

  17. Education & TrainingMeasurable Action • Create a Region VI compilation of state-based trainings (All 5 states represented & in agreement)

  18. Education & TrainingTasks • Compendium completed by 30 August 2005 • Refer to Office of Domestic Preparedness (ODP) compendium structure for consistency: • Course Name • Course Description • Target Audience • Mode of Delivery • Portability • Development status

  19. Education & TrainingTasks Con’t • Share each state’s training plan with each other • Develop a plan to update list • Work group will be e-mailed by team leader by 1 February 2005 to set up working conference calls Work group includes: Kara Kearns (OK); Meta Kelly (TX); Sabrina Perkins (LA); Joanne Bolick (AR – Alt TL); Gayle Kenny (NM – TL)

  20. Hospital and Health SystemsKey Issues • Develop intra-regional capacity for burn care

  21. Hospital and Health SystemsMeasurable Action • Hook up healthcare staff with online courses (Rosanne) • Assess toolkit availability from American Burn Care Association (Scott) • Enhance the directory of Burn Care Centers across Region VI (Ron)

  22. Hospital and Health SystemsTasks • Conduct monthly conference calls with work group Work group members: Jim Pettyjohn (NM – Co/TL); Caryn Relkin (NM – Co/TL); Rosanne Prats (LA); Ron Hilliard (TX); Scott Sproat (OK); Teresa Brown Jesus (HHS); Anita Pullani (HRSA)

  23. Information TechnologyGOAL To develop common testing on a regular basis of all regional HAN Systems

  24. Information TechnologyKey Issues • Testing of Health Alert Network (HAN) systems by 30 August 2005

  25. Information TechnologyMeasurable Action • Common Test of HAN Systems • Add each state’s Big Six to all HAN Systems • Develop a common testing protocol and parameters, and measures • Schedule to tests and evaluations • Cindy Horeis (AK – TL)

  26. Information TechnologyIMACS Presentation Jeffrey Penton, IT Director Kirk Perilloux, IT Business SVS MGR Louisiana Dept of Health & Hospitals Office of Public Health