Health care organizations are accustomed to rapid and often discontinuous environmental change. Even when contemplating large scale change including the decisions to merge or integrate operations, health care managers can draw upon the expertise and advise of peers who have gone through similar experiences. However a bioterror event is a class of change that represents something totally unplanned and for which the industry has little or no experience in confronting. The objective for health care organizations is to mitigate the effects of this type of an event. Specific ideas for taking systems oriented, network-centric approach to disaster planning are provided.
Friedman, L. and Marghella, P. (2004), "ENVIRONMENTAL JOLT OF BIOTERRORISM", Blair, J., Fottler, M. and Zapanta, A. (Ed.) Bioterrorism Preparedness, Attack and Response (Advances in Health Care Management, Vol. 4), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 141-162. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1474-8231(04)04006-6Download as .RIS
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