Providing Situational Intelligence for Informed Response

New Covid-19 Data Reporting Rules For Hospitals

Car bombs and bomb cyclones: Emergency managers share their worst days

Emergency managers gearing up for hurricane season mixed with COVID-19

How State Hospital Associations Can Deploy $350 Million In 2020 Federal Funding Effectively

The American Path To Safety

Decades Of Disasters: How does your state compare?

Top Locations for Emergency Managers

America Is Still Under Attack.  How The Hospital Preparedness Program Helps.

FEMA Lifelines and the real impact

How Changes to the Hospital Preparedness Program will impact you.

Prepositioned contracts and their impact

Tax Season is a Perfect Time to get Financially Prepared for Disasters

Rapidly Intensifying Hurricanes Present New Planning Concerns

IT budget allocation: 4 CIOs share plans for 2019

Federal government resources available to support first responders during fourth generation agent incident

Ten earthquakes strike the coast of Northern California in less than 24 hours

Are you prepared to survive a disastrous event?

Incident Management System: Hurricane Preparedness & Response

Medical Reserve Corps: Resiliency Starts at Home

Mother Nature Strikes, Human Nature Responds by Volunteering

Don’t Be Turned Away as a Spontaneous Volunteer: Sign Up Before You Show Up

3 Ways First Responders Should Prepare for an Active Shooter Situation

Volunteer Management: A Two-Way Street

ESAR-VHP Requirements Critical In Volunteer Management

Volunteer Management Veteran, Jared McCannell, Joins Knowledge Center

Situational Intelligence To Maintain Your Operational Pulse.

CORVENA mitigates threats to operational continuity and contains the costs of critical events by providing a common operating picture, improving coordination, streamlining workflows, and automating the generation of after-action reports and compliance documentation.

CORVENA is utilized by over 19,000 active users in more than 26 U.S. states. CORVENA has supported over 380,000 emergency response incidents and has supported the treatment or transfer of over 22,000 patients.

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