Providing Situational Intelligence for Informed Response

By Knowledge Center In Incident Management Posted February 6, 2020

Decades Of Disasters: How does your state compare?

In the first 20 years of this century, the United States has seen more than double the Federal Disaster Declarations when compared to the last 20 years of the previous century. 

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

Our country remains under siege eighteen years since White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card uttered the words, “America is under attack,” into the ear of George W. Bush at an elementary school in[...]

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By David Wojs In Incident Management Posted June 13, 2019

FEMA Lifelines and the real impact

Recently, FEMA began rolling out their Lifelines reporting program to state, local and private industry agencies. At first glance, this program appears to be of great value to all stakeholders but[...]

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By David Wojs In Incident Management Posted April 8, 2019

Prepositioned contracts and their impact

A recent article in the Houston Business Journal on Prepositioned contracts is not only an interesting read but also provides some insightful lessons learned. Having supported agencies impacted by[...]

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By David Wojs In Incident Management Posted February 13, 2019

Rapidly Intensifying Hurricanes Present New Planning Concerns

Rapidly intensifying hurricanes present new planning concerns for emergency management and response officials.

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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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