IOM: U.S. health care system is not ready for disasters

03/22/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

An Institute of Medicine report said health care systems and governments in many areas of the U.S. do not have the infrastructure to fully respond to catastrophic events. The report called for a systems-based approach to coordinating care and resources during disasters and offered tools to help health care groups and government agencies identify core functions during a major disaster.

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