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Online Disease Command Needed Now
FastCommand can help your institution educate, inform, and direct staff and the public regarding EBOLA. FastCommand's patented technology allows emergency use of websites for public alerting, incident communications, infection reporting, and for quick training.
Handling Volumes Of Media Induced Inquiries When Needed
You need a command system that masses of people can access without crashing your website. Should your institution get an EBOLA patient a media circus will develop, then your normal website could crash due to public inquiries. FastCommand technology allows partial deflection of websites so that the crashing of marketing websites does not interfere with the delivery of emergency health information online.
Quick Delivery of Information
FastCommand use of the Internet is important for the quick exchange of health information. This means access to data and reporting of data can be undertaken remotely without exposure. This could prove valuable when the reporting of infections require minimizing exposure to others.
Public Awareness - EBOLA
FastCommand allows quick updates of details to be exchanged with the public. Locating IT or other personal can slow down emergency exchanging of details. FastCommand allows disaster planning or management staff to take charge during uncertain situations.
Use Of FastCommand During EBOLA Threat
Hospital EBOLA Alert
FastCommand Deflection Use During EBOLA Threat
FastCommand encompasses efficiency with a reliable communication system structure for managing incidents of any size. Relying on Internet communications provides seamless communications in the event of power or phone loss, FastCommand enables users to continue without system interuption. There are vital elements within the system that can handle any situation:
FastCommand Used In Other Emergencies
University Bomb Threat
Georgia Tornado Disaster, Americus
Tucson Rep. Giffords Mass Shooting, University Medical Center
Gulf of Mexico BP Oil Spill, Gulfport, Memorial Command Center
Moore, Oklahoma Tornado Command Center
Minot, North Dakota Flood Command Center
Joplin, Missouri Tornado Command Center
This is the part of the system that enables the execution of your facility's emergency care algorithms and operating procedures. It is in this area that job actions can be modified and your facility's specific organizational chart can be built. It ensures that both private and public messages get to the proper people using the most efficient processes possible.
Information Management Component
A secure storehouse for facility, staff and patient status reports, incident updates, news releases, policies and procedures, photos, charts, and other emergency information. This module enables the hospital to designate access rights for selected users from within the organization. It also facilitates news dissemination to other first responders and the media.
Incident Command Component
This is the piece of the system that is the beating heart of any incident management effort. Accessed by only those designated in incident command and the section chiefs, this module also acts as the clearing house for all incoming and outgoing information related to the incident or drill.
The emergency contacts list is housed in this module. Within this element, group distribution lists can be built for employees, vendors, media, and public officials. Perfect for the Joint Information Center (JIC) and Incident Command, the contacts module allows for user-secured access.
Intelligence Dissemination Component
A virtual newsroom, this module enables facilities to post news and information while distributing it to select audiences. Rights-restricted access can be controlled for various audiences with the push of a button.
This area enables clinical and support staff to meet federal, state and site-specific training and certification requirements. Distance education, virtual classes and online training modules are accessible, with fully functional online testing and results delivery mechanisms.
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