This is why thorough planning and training is so important. Creating backup procedures, checklists, and safety checks can make all the difference in getting a hospital or clinic back to operational. It is important to establish several key elements to mitigate the loss of patient data. This can be done by answering a few questions such as; what do we need to ensure that data isn’t permanently lost, how do we respond, what trainin... ... middle of paper ... ...y should be the wellbeing of the patients. References AHA American Hospital Association.
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