Impacts from recent drug shortages combined with other public health emergencies have led to renewed attention on long-standing concerns surrounding the impacts of supply chain disruptions on patient care.
Welcome to Healthcare Ready's groundbreaking initiative – the Restoring the Healthcare Workforce for Equity Program. As a leader of resilience, our program is dedicated to fortifying the healthcare workforce, especially in underserved communities, against the challenges posed by disasters and emergencies.
Healthcare Ready is currently MONITORING for any impacts from the cyberattack. We are monitoring supply chain needs and community impact with the assistance of our private and public sector partners.
Healthcare Ready is on alert for a pediatric surge in respiratory illness and shortages of RSV vaccine in infants Vulnerable populations, including children from lower-income or underserved communities may be disproportionately affected

Healthcare Ready is a nonprofit organization that serves as a public-private partnership to avoid patient disruptions amid crisis by forging partnerships between the healthcare supply chain and government.


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Healthcare Ready is MONITORING for this event. We are monitoring potential concerns for supply chain disruptions and impacts on healthcare services on our response page, listing resources and previous situation reports.
Healthcare Ready’s report to Congress on Protecting National Public Health and Health Care Infrastructure for the Next Disaster calls for greater federal oversight and interagency communication and coordination in preparing for and responding to public health emergencies. 
This proposed sample list is designed to serve as a reference point and an initial planning framework offering critical supply related considerations for health centers in emergency preparedness planning and supply chain readiness.
The Community Disaster Resilience Tool (CDRT) is a map-based interactive tool created by Healthcare Ready to help local officials, emergency managers, community leaders, and researchers better understand the nuanced risks their communities face due to overlapping vulnerabilities, healthcare infrastructure, and exposure to hazards.
PATIENT PORTAL Healthcare Ready Patient Resources page offers tools and resources for patients to assist in personal preparedness. Healthcare Ready Free Tools and Resources Healthcare Ready is committed to building resilient communities that can withstand […]
Healthcare Ready has a track record of providing pediatric institutions with Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVAs). As such, it utilizes its deep understanding of the specific needs of children and workers in healthcare settings, particularly in emergencies, to assist local, state, and federal mitigation and response activities. 
Telehealth can and should be a key component of both community preparedness planning and post-crisis response strategies. Additionally, certain telehealth applications can be used in daily operations to help expand existing capacity at points of care.
A critical supplies list includes specific supplies that are likely to be needed in case of disaster. Lists are unique to the patient population, hazards profile, and facility’s services provided under normal operations.


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