2018
DOI: 10.24251/hicss.2018.007
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Abstract: Disaster management and the health sector ought to be natural allies, but there are few examples of the collaborative planning and application of disaster healthcare involving emergency managers and care practitioners. The different origins, culture, and priorities of the various agencies tasked with disaster healthcare mean that communication and coordination between them is often lacking, leading to delayed, substandard , or inappropriate care for disaster victims. The potential of the new e-health technolog…

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