Disaster preparedness is more than a cost of doing business. It is more than just a line item on a budget spreadsheet. Healthcare organizations need to have a plan in place to continue services when crisis strikes.
As a healthcare IT leader, it is not only your responsibility and obligation to provide care to the community throughout a normal day, but you also must be prepared to continue these vital services during any significant business disruption.
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