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Guru Minute Video: Sanjay Satogopan

2019 07 26 / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management, Incident management, Incident Management Software

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One of the most popular features of the annual Exchange conference sponsored by Juvare has been the “Guru Lounge” where participants can meet one-on-one with Juvare’s solutions experts and gain specific knowledge about critical incident management technology.

In the spirit of the Guru Lounge, we introduce the Juvare Guru Minute video series. The first installment of this ongoing quick-chat video series features Juvare Product Manager Sanjay Satogopan, who discusses the basics of critical incident management solutions, including what they do and what types of organizations benefit from them. 

 

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Juvare Exchange Revolutionizes Critical Incident Management

2019 06 28 / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management, technology, resilience, disaster, Preparedness, Juvare Exchange

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The future of critical incident management is here! Like every great advancement in technology, Juvare Exchange opens a whole new world of possibilities.

Next week is the release of Juvare Exchange, the first-of-its-kind collaborative incident management network connecting the public, private and healthcare sectors in real time.

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Perfect Planning for the Perfect Storm: How Can Healthcare Be Prepared?

2019 06 21 / by David Layman posted in EMS, Emergency Management, Emergency Medicine, Hospital Management, Healthcare, Public Health, disaster, Preparedness, healthcare coalitions, hospitals, Incident management, emergency medical, Health and Safety

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With the brunt of the massive Hurricane Michael bearing down on the Florida Panhandle in 2018, several of the region’s hospitals were forced to evacuate patients. In the midst of these efforts, with windows exploding and rooftops blowing off, new patients arrived with various injuries associated with the storm. Calling it a perfect storm for disaster would be an understatement.

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For Corporations, Readiness for Disasters and Critical Incidents is Good Business

2019 06 13 / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management, Business Enterprise, resilience, disaster, Preparedness, coordinated response, Incident management, Crisis Communication, Business Continuity Management, Business Disruption

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It might not be the first thing you think about when considering emergency preparedness, but having a plan for a critical incident or disaster makes good business sense.

Corporations have suffered tremendous losses because of unexpected events – natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and wildfires, as well as man-made events such as office violence, active shooters, terrorism, or cyberattacks.

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Unique Challenges for Higher Ed Makes Critical Incident Planning Essential

2019 06 7 / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management, education, Preparedness, Incident management, Incident Management Software, Health and Safety, Higher Education Institutions

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Cramming for exams should be about as stressful as the life of a college student gets. But as nerve-racking as school work can be, it’s an expected part of the college experience.

But more than ever, Higher Education Institutions have to be prepared for the unexpected. They have to be ready to respond swiftly and decisively to protect the lives of students, faculty, and staff when a disaster strikes.

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Faces of Juvare: Meet the Experts Behind the Solutions

2019 05 30 / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management

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Meet Matt Cronin

Director, Solutions Architecture

Hometown: Grew up in Northern Virginia. My senior year of high school I moved to Florida and spent 13 years there before relocating to Georgia (Augusta, now ATL)

College/Education: Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Certificate in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University (FAU).

Favorite Activities Outside Work: I enjoy spending time outdoors at parks with my family (including 4 kids) and playing golf with friends and family even though I don’t play nearly as much as I would like to. 

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Exchange19 Offers an Inside Look at New Orleans You’ll Never Forget

2019 04 12 / by David Layman posted in EMS, WebEOC, Emergency Management, Preparedness, Incident management, Exchange19, Events

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Juvare’s Exchange19 conference will have a definite New Orleans flavor, with fun and fascinating networking activities that are unique to the Crescent City.

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Former Navy SEAL, Veteran Disaster Manager to Keynote Exchange19

2019 04 5 / by David Layman posted in WebEOC, Emergency Management, Preparedness, Incident management, emergency medical, Exchange19

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Who dat gonna be speaking at Exchange19?

If you want to be at the center of the universe for all things emergency preparedness and response, you don’t want to miss Juvare’s Exchange19 conference in New Orleans.

We’re excited to announce two outstanding keynote speakers...

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Better Together: Improving Outcomes when Data Pairs with Mapping

2018 11 29 / by Matt Cronin posted in Emergency Management, Preparedness

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As published in the IAEM November 2018 Bulletin.

Trouble comes at us faster and more unpredictably than ever before, and time is never on our side during a disaster. If the wind changes during a wildfire, the whole scenario changes in an instant. Higher population densities make preparedness, response and recovery even more challenging. Old processes and antiquated ways of performing tasks add complexity to any event, and modern challenges demand strategically collaborative approaches.

“Better together” is the result of a partnership designed to address these challenges. Formed between industry leaders, Juvare and Esri, the partnership combines the WebEOC and ArcGIS platforms to help mutual clients respond more quickly and effectively in any emergency.

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Juvare Staff Leads Lithuania’s EMS Teams for the Pope’s Historic Visit

2018 10 5 / by Elaine Schweitzer posted in Emergency Management, Preparedness

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It had been a quarter of a century since a pope last visited the country of Lithuania, where 77% of the population, according to the 2011 census, identify as Catholic. So, it was no surprise that a Mass celebrated by Pope Francis at an outdoor venue last week in Kaunas attracted over 100,000 participants. This included a significant number of elderly and disabled persons, many of whom traveled long distances, and arrived many hours ahead of the scheduled program.

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