ATLANTA, Ga. – Juvare launches enhanced Incoming Patient Notifications to alert hospitals in advance of patient arrivals. Sending notifications enables hospitals to better prepare for patients requiring specialized care, including incoming STEMI, stroke, sepsis, and trauma patients.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Juvare has launched a new product enhancement for its eICS incident command software, further enabling any business or organization with multiple facilities, to exchange information and collaborate innovatively during a crisis or planned event. Health systems and healthcare coalitions, corporations, as well as colleges and universities, will now have easier access to critical resources and mutual aid.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Flooding is one of the most common hazards in the United States, with 90 percent of all U.S. natural disasters involving some sort of flooding. As Hurricane Michael bears down on more than 300 miles of Florida and Alabama coastline, Juvare is supporting clients in communicating the importance of monitoring weather reports and road conditions. Water levels will rise before Michael makes landfall and heavy rains will certainly bring flooded roads. The Florida Department of Transportation is encouraging motorists who see flooded roads to turn around and find alternate routes, adding that flooded roads can hide washed out roads and only 6 inches of rushing water can easily push a car off the road.
ATLANTA, Ga. – With recent unpredictable weather events—wildfires, volcanic eruptions, flooding and now Hurricane Lane—causing challenges for communities from the Western mainland U.S. to Hawaii and beyond, Juvare connects individuals, agencies and businesses to the critical resources they need before, during and after disasters. One such need is support for registering and credentialing professional healthcare volunteers.
Professional healthcare volunteers are crucial to managing any crisis, and ongoing recruitment is sometimes necessary for long periods of time, as in the case of the California wildfires. The impact of Hurricane Lane could be felt for a long time after the storm passes with the potential for increased flooding and landslides as well.