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8 Disaster Prep Lessons for IT from Mercy Hospital in Joplin
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The Mercy Experience
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Alternative Sites Suffered Massive Damage
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The IT Impact and Response
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Lesson 1: Make Sure EHR Information isn’t Trapped Onsite
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Lesson 2: Enabling Access to Cloud-Based Information
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Lesson 3: Getting Information to New Locations
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Lesson 4: The Importance of IT Staff in Emergency Situations
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Lesson 5: Your Vendors Can Be Heroes, Too
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Lesson 6: Have a Worst-Case Disaster Plan
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Lesson 7: Dealing with Massive Disruptions in Communication
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Lesson 8: Don’t Underestimate the Human Toll on IT Staff
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