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Healthcare Coalition Emergency Management Workshop


2018 Healthcare Coalition Emergency Management Workshop
"When (Not If) It Happens To You - Lessons Learned From Recent Crises"
May 09, 2018
8:30am - 4:30pm
Genesee Community College - Batavia, NY


$25.00

REGISTER HERE



FEE: $25.00 - includes continental breakfast, lunch and certificate
PAYMENT METHODS: Credit/debit card payment ONLY - Required at time of registration.
PAYMENT POLICY: Registration closes April 25, 2018.
                                   No refunds after April 25, 2018 unless conference has been canceled.
REGISTRATION LINK: http://www.cvent.com/d/rtqfxx/4W

QUESTIONS: please contact the Finger Lakes Regional Training Center

WORKSHOP FLYER

DATE

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

TIME

Registration/Breakfast - 8:30 am - 9:00 am
Workshop - 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

LOCATION

Genesee Community College: The BEST Center - Conable Technology Building – Tier Lecture Hall (T102)
1 College Road
Batavia, NY 14020

Tier Lecture Hall (T102) features full range of state-of-the-art presentation equipment, Wifi and computer cable access to the internet at each of the 150 seats.  Computer cable not provided.
Free parking is available in the three lots near the Conable Technology Building

Directions to GCC
The BEST Center Map
Lodging/Accommodation Options near GCC

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

2017 was a year in which communities across the United States experienced devastating flooding, cyber-attacks, infectious disease outbreaks and the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.  The 2018 Western Region Health Coalition Emergency Management Workshop will provide participants with relevant information and best practice suggestions to better prepare for, manage and recover from such incidents that could occur within our coalition.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  • Identify ways in which hospitals, EMS, public health and emergency management can prepare for, respond to and recover from a mass shooting incident
  • Understand how a Social Media Analysis & Response Team (SMART) can be created, managed and used during any phase of the emergency management lifecycle to instantly connect with constituents
  • Examine how the FBI's Cyber Task Force investigates high-tech crimes and identify ways to combat computer intrusions, viruses and other cyber threats
  • Discuss the response roles and actions involved in an infectious disease (mumps) outbreak
  • Review Team Rubicon's operations in recent disasters nationwide

TARGET AUDIENCE

Hospitals, EMS, public health and emergency management who may play a role in a disaster that affects the health delivery system in the community

AGENDA
*topics and speakers subject to change*

0830-0900     Registration/Continental Breakfast
0900-0915     Welcome/Introduction
0915-1100     A Day Like No Other: Experiences and Lessons Learned During the Las Vegas Mass Shootings
                       Christopher Lake, Nevada Hospital Association  
1100-1115     BREAK
1115-1215     Building a Social Media Analysis & Response Team (SMART) in Healthcare
                       Chris Tarantino, Epicenter Media & Training
1215-1300     LUNCH (provided)
1300-1400     Cyber Security
                        Timothy O'Hearn, Schuyler County Administrator
                        Buffalo Division Cyber Task Force
1400-1445     2017 Mumps Outbreak
                        Bobbi Alcock, Onondaga County
                        Joe Hernon, Syracuse University
1445-1500     BREAK         
1500-1615    Team Rubicon - How We Bring Order to Chaos in the Wake of Disasters
                        Lauren Vatier, Team Rubicon
1615-1630     Closing Remarks and Evaluations

PRESENTATIONS

Attendees are responsible for printing handouts and/or bringing a laptop/tablet to the workshop.  Wifi and access to the internet is available at each seat in the BEST Center’s Tier Lecture Hall – computer cable not provided.

  • A Day Like No Other: Experiences and Lessons Learned During the Las Vegas Mass Shootings
    Christopher Lake, Nevada Hospital Association
       - Identify critical elements of community emergency and communications plans
       - Recognize the importance of emergency preparedness training and testing
       - Predict the community response and anticipate the needs for an organized recovery process
  • Building a Social Media Analysis & Response Team (SMART) in Healthcare
    Chris Tarantino, Epicenter Media & Training
         - Identify opportunities to utilize digital and crowd sourced intelligence gathering across the emergency management continuum
         - Understand how a SMART can enhance healthcare system resilience and emergency response, while utilizing existing organizational       
           resources such as marketing/communications expertise and resources
         - Describe benefits/challenges/required resources of SMART development and help contribute to a go/no decision in their community
         - Gain tools and tips on launching & sustaining a SMART for their own agency
  • Schuyler County Ransomware Attack - Lessons Learned
    Tim O'Hearn, Schuyler County Administrator
    FBI Cyber Task Force, Buffalo Division
         - Understand various forms of high-tech crimes such as cyber-based terrorism and espionage, computer and network intrusions, major
            cyber fraud and identify theft
         - Examine how the FBI’s Cyber Task Force investigates high-tech crimes
         - Identify ways combat computer intrusions, viruses, and other cyber threats
  • 2017 Mumps Outbreak
    Bobbi Alcock, Onondaga County
    Joe Hernon, Syracuse University
         - Understand the outbreak amongst specified groups within the SU student community
         - Identify the actions taken by SU to manage the outbreak
         - Discuss the support provided by the Onondaga County Health Department
         - Describe the activation of PODs to further protect the student population
  • Team Rubicon - How We Bring Order to Chaos in the Wake of Disasters
    Lauren Vatier, Team Rubicon
        - Understand Team Rubicon operations in recent disasters nationwide
        - Explain the use of innovative technology solutions
        - Discuss ways to remain flexible during complex disasters

SPEAKERS/BIOS

  • Bobbi Alcock
    Program Assistant, Public Health Preparedness | Coordinator, CNY Medical Reserve Corps
    Onondaga County Health Department
  • Joe Hernon
    Director of Emergency Management and Business Continuity
    Syracuse University - Department of Public Safety
  • Ken Jensen
    Special Agent
    FBI Cyber Task Force, Buffalo Division
  • Christopher K. Lake, PhD
    Executive Director, Community Resilience
    Nevada Hospital Association 
  • Timothy O’Hearn
    County Administrator
    Schuyler County
  • Christopher Tarantino, MEP, CMCP, CHEC-III
    CEO - Epicenter Media & Training
    Master Exercise Practitioner, Lead Consultant/Instructor
  • Lauren Vatier
    Planning Manager, Region II
    Incident Management Team, Team Rubicon

WORKSHOP PLANNING COMMITTEE

  • Deborah S. Palumbos
    Workshop Planning Committee Chair
    Project Director, Emergency Preparedness
    Pandion Optimization Alliance
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  • Patrick Byrne, RN, BSN, MEP
    Finger Lakes Regional Rep
    NYSDOH – Office of Health Emergency Preparedness
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  • Albert Cheverie
    Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
    Orleans County Public Health
  • Anne D’Angelo, MS, RN
    Workshop Planning Committee Co-Chair
    Program Director, Finger Lakes Regional Training Center
    University of Rochester Medical Center
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  • John Edwards, RN
    Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
    Ontario County Public Health
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  • Brian Gardner
    Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
    Schuyler Hospital
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  • Eileen Spezio
    Senior Administrative Assistant, Finger Lakes Regional Training Center
    University of Rochester Medical Center
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WORKSHOP SPONSORS

This workshop has been partially funded through a grant through the
2017-2018 New York State Department of Health Office of Health Emergency Preparedness Project awarded to the
University of Rochester Medical Center - Finger Lakes Regional Training Center and the
New York State Department of Health - Western Region Health Emergency Preparedness Coalition.

The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official
policies of HRI, NYS Department of Health or the Project Sponsor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices,
or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.