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Medical office preparedness planner : a tool for primary are provider offices
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    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
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    The Medical Office Preparedness Planner is a tool for primary care providers and office managers to use to develop a pandemic influenza plan for their office, and then integrate their plan into the broader community plan. Likewise, it can also help familiarize community partners, such as public health and emergency management, with the planning, preparations, and challenges facing PCP offices in the event of a pandemic. It can be tailored to any PCP office, regardless of size, location, or resources.

    There are four main components to the Planner: a planning calendar, a plan template, monthly workbook-style sections expanding the calendar, and a resource section. The Planner is set up to use a tab-divided system when printed.

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