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Case Study: US Airways Flight 1549
Case Study: City of Springfield Emergency Communications Center
Communication, Sense of Community, and Disaster Recovery: A Facebook Case Study
Background: As the coronavirus disease pandemic exerts unprecedented stress on hospitals, health care systems have quickly deployed innovative technology solutions to decrease personal protective equipment PPE use and augment patient care capabilities. Telehealth technology use is established in the ambulatory setting, but not yet widely deployed at scale for inpatient care. Objectives: This article presents and describes our experience with evaluating and implementing inpatient telehealth technologies in a large health care system with the goals of reducing use of PPE while enhancing communication for health care workers and patients. Methods: We discovered use cases for inpatient telehealth revealed as a result of an immense patient surge requiring large volumes of PPE. In response, we assessed various consumer products to address the use cases for our health system.
Disasters create an urgent need for people to deal with novel emergent problems. To respond effectively, people require information about the event, support resources, actions, etc. This diversity renders top-down, homogeneous approaches to disaster communication ineffective. This paper examines whether a social media-based communication strategy, using Facebook, represents a more effective way of accommodating this diversity e.