Answering NO to these questions leaves your organization exposed:

Can you independently verify emergency preparedness and readiness?

Have you trained and tested your workforce on the emergency plan?

Are you optimizing preparedness resources and time to save $?

Is your plan accessible by each workforce member by role on any device 365/24/7 in the hybrid office/remote working environment?

Does your emergency plan reflect April 16, 2021, CMS infectious disease guidance and current CISA Shields UP cybersecurity controls for annual survey and certification compliance?

Is emergency risk management plan documentation sufficient for reduced CGL and cyber insurance premiums?



  • Secure cloud-based platform accessed from anywhere 365/24/7 on any device.
    • Real-time access to best practice information for a facility, the defining entity with respect to compliance enforcement.
    • Real-time access to response actions in time of crisis.
    • Online user manual.
    • Online training/testing.
  • Specifies compliance requirements of and provides implementation guidance for the CMS Emergency Preparedness (“EP”) Rule.
  • Four Versions currently available for CMS regulated healthcare providers.
    • 42 CFR 482.15, for 6,090 hospitals.
    • 42 CFR 483.73, for 15,700 long-term care (LTC) facilities.
    • 42 CFR 416.54, for 8,469 ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs).
    • 42 CFR 418.113, for 4,300 hospice facilities.
  • Self-administered “all hazard” risk assessment tool.
  • Risk mitigation response and recovery sample policies and procedures for client tailoring.
  • Emergency response training and testing tools linked to ASPR guidance.
  • Documentation repository and search capability for annual CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule survey and certification compliance.
  • Crosswalk bidirectionally linking each EP Rule standard and implementation specification to corresponding The Joint Commission (TJC) emergency performance measure.


  • Identifying risks to patients and staff safety during emergencies.
  • Providing clear direction for evacuation and sheltering in place.
  • Facilitating sustained continuity of care while managing emergencies.
  • Protecting organizations legally and financially by documenting and archiving emergency response actions.
  • Protecting lives, which avoids costly penalties and litigation costs.
  • Supporting a positive business reputation and trusted environment for stakeholders.

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