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PI Case Review Request

CATRAC and our stakeholders shall conduct ongoing performance evaluation through quality indicators developed by each Committee Chair of the Board Recognized Committees, to ensure continued compliance with regional guidelines. QI indicators from the following Emergency Healthcare System Committees can be found in this request form.


EMResource streamlines communications between medical response teams and healthcare providers by monitoring healthcare assets, emergency department capacity, and behavioral health and dialysis bed status. When the application is used 24/7 in all regional emergency departments, emergency medical services facilities, and dispatch centers, it becomes a highly effective mode of communication. Please contact the CATRAC office for more information.
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For general EMResource user information, please refer to EMResource 101.


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WebEOC is an internet-based platform allowing for secure and real-time sharing of information related to management of emergencies among emergency management personnel, first responder agencies and cooperating organizations. It is greatly utilized for situational awareness during an event and documentation. CATRAC provides WebEOC training quarterly to individuals who are new to WebEOC or need a refresher.
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Stop the Bleed

More than 3,000 students have attended Stop the Bleed classes in our region. Learn more about the Stop the Bleed Campaign, classes in the Capital Area region, and some very simple actions anyone can take to help save a life.
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Be Ready

CMS Rule Changes & Emergency Preparedness

On September 8, 2016 the Federal Register posted the final rule Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers. By November 16, 2017, all participating providers and suppliers must have a plan to adequately prepare for both natural and man-made disasters by coordinating with federal, state, tribal, regional and local emergency preparedness systems.
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This link provides the Donning and Doffing procedures established by the CDC in conjunction with the Armstrong Institute, Association for Professionals in Infection (APIC), Miami University and Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA).  It is broken out into modules so you can practice each step before putting it all together:

Ebola: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Donning and Doffing Procedures