Health care Business Continuity and Recovery - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Health Care Business Continuity and Recovery

Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) is focused on health care system recovery planning as outlined in the Health Care Preparedness and Response Capabilities (PDF) by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response. Reference Capability 3: Continuity of Health Care Service Delivery.

The information and tools located on this site are intended to support the ability of Minnesota’s eight regional Health Care Coalitions to achieve the program requirements as outlined in Capability 3.

On this page:
COOP Fact Sheet
Minnesota Health Care Tools
Trainings

COOP Fact Sheet

Minnesota Health Care Tools

  • Executive Briefing (Powerpoint)
    Presentation you can personalize, defining business continuity and why it's important.

  • Initial Engagement Letter (Word)
    Print this letter on health coalition letter head, then send to chief executive officers or emergency managers as an initial contact about COOP.

  • SBAR Hospitals (Word)
    Situation, background, assessment, and recommendations describing why hospitals should be interested in business continuity. Should be personalized with your coalition name/logo.

  • SBAR Clinics (Word)
    Situation, background, assessment, and recommendations describing why clinics should be interested in business continuity. Should be personalized with your coalition name/logo.

  • SBAR Long Term Care (Word)
    Situation, background, assessment, and recommendations describing why long-term care should be interested in business continuity. Should be personalized with your coalition name/logo.

Trainings

 

Updated Tuesday, 05-Feb-2019 09:22:10 CST