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Month: November 2015

Weathering Disasters: The Human Factor

In a previous post, on crisis management, we looked at natural disaster like earthquakes, blizzards, and hurricanes. In this post, we’ll delve into human-generated disasters. First, some good news: Since the 1990s, the number of people killed in US workplace violence incidents has fallen significantly. This suggests that training, awareness, and new evacuation and police

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Weathering Natural Disasters

Although medical practices can’t plan for every eventuality, there are things they can do to weather a crisis. The first priority: take a page from the Boy Scouts and be prepared. This is the first of two posts that look at planning for disasters; this one tackles acts of nature like floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards,

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