Health Care System Preparedness
Minnesota’s Health Care System Preparedness Program is focused on developing regional coalitions to prepare health care systems and their partners to prevent, respond to, and rapidly recover from a growing list of man-made and natural threats.
- Burn Surge
Burn surge addresses the special needs for burn treatment associated with mass casulty events.
Facilitating preparedness and assisting communities to ensure sustainability and recovery of health care services during a crisis or emergency.
- COOP - Health Care Business Continuity and Recovery
Assisting health care organizations to implement Continuity of Operations to maintain their functional capabilities in the face of an Incident that disrupts service and enables a rapid and effective recovery.
- Crisis Standards of Care
Strategies for events that overwhelm the health care system.
- Long-term Care (LTC) Emergency Preparedness
Planning issues to ensure the health and safety of long-term care residents during an emergency.
- Medical Surge Preparedness
Planning a response for an incident that generates a large number of casualties.
- About the Health Care Preparedness Program (HPP)
Plans, grant materials, and funding documents about the HPP program.