Emergency plans for pandemic get live test

June 2009
Hospice Management Advisor;Jun2009, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p64
The article focuses on the live test issue of pandemic emergency plans for the protection of workforce against swine flu in New York. Phyllis Wang, president of the New York State Association of Health Care Providers (HCP), mentions the opportunity of home health agencies to conduct an assessment with their emergency plans and she cites that they are providing swine flu-related information to their staff members.


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