Healthcare & Public Health Sector Critical Infrastructure Protection Program (CIP) Webinar Series

January 15, 2014
Agility Recovery

Getting Back to Business: How Do You Recover From Disaster?

Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 1:00-2:00pm (EST)

To register, send an e-mail RSVP to cip@hhs.gov. Please RSVP no later than April 19, 2013. Space is limited.

Webinar Info:

Disasters are often unpredictable and significantly impact the way businesses, particularly those providing healthcare services are able to assist and treat patients. Consequently, the Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) Sector must be prepared and equipped to provide services in the event of a natural or manmade disaster to ensure people receive the most effective treatments, procedures, and medications to save lives. The HPH Sector must also be aware of all of the cross-sector interdependencies that affect facility operations and service delivery.

This webinar series will feature best practices, lessons learned, and strategies to help HPH stakeholders organize their facilities and employees to prepare, respond, and recover from disasters. The presentation will review the necessary information and functions that should be highlighted in a continuity of operations plan and outline several methods that are currently being implemented to assist healthcare entities with disaster recovery planning.


This webinar is open to members & representatives of
the Healthcare and Public Health Sector community from all sub-sectors,

• Blood/Laboratories/Pharmaceuticals
• Direct Patient Care
• Healthcare Information Technology
• Insurance Plans & Payers
• Mass Fatality/Mortuary Care
• Medical Materials


Mr. Andrew Flacks ASPR/OPEO Program Analyst U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Mr. Mark Norton Senior Business Continuity Planner Agility Recovery Solutions

How to Register:

RSVP to cip@hhs.gov. Please RSVP no later than April 19,
2013. Please note that as space is limited, webinar and call-information will
be provided upon your RSVP.

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