The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response is soliciting input and will meet with vendors Aug. 7-8 to spur innovation in developing new technologies and products to save lives and improve health outcomes in a disaster. Areas of interest include electronic health records for use in austere settings; priority medicines on demand; dialysis care in disaster settings; medical countermeasure dispensing; distributed power for disasters; health care system capacity reporting; disaster response and recovery intelligence; advanced medical interventions for disaster; and telehealth applications. To attend the ASPR Next Innovation Day event in person or by webcast, register here.

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