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Disaster planning for the clinical practice. (CD-ROM included).


Disaster planning for the clinical practice. (CD-ROM included)

Baum, Neil and John W. McDaniel.

Jones & Bartlett


234 pages




Spurred by dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, this volume outlines how to prepare for man-made and natural disasters in clinical practice. Baum (urology, Louisiana State U.) and McDaniel, a health care executive from New Orleans, draw on their experiences to describe how to create a disaster plan, back up data, protect and recover assets, acquire insurance, prepare individual employee plans, and deal with technological disasters. The companion CD contains forms, charts, and questionnaires.

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