The National Advisory Committee for the Hospital Incident Command System encourages hospitals and health systems to complete by Feb. 28 a survey on the system’s emergency management performance during the past few years to identify potential improvements. Some hospitals and health systems use HICS, an incident management system, to improve their emergency management planning, response and recovery capabilities.   

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