The PHHP (public health and health care preparedness) planning component provides for a systematic framework to develop, implement, evaluate and improve plans across the entire emergency management cycle. Effective planning translates law, policy, strategy, protocols and capabilities into specific tasks and courses of action to minimize death, injury and illness. Plans are vertically and horizontally integrated with appropriate departments, agencies and jurisdictions. Where appropriate, emergency plans incorporate a mechanism for requesting state and federal assistance and include a clearly delineated process for seeking and requesting assistance from appropriate agencies. Planning is a key part of the preparedness cycle, which also includes organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating and taking corrective actions to systematically enhance readiness. (Excerpt from 2011-2013 Florida Public Health and Health Care Preparedness Strategic Plan)
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The following are planning resources available from this site. Contact us at PHHP Planning for additional PHHP planning information.
State Plans and Supporting Documentation—Provides links to key public health & medical emergency preparedness plans and supporting documentation including Florida Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) components and Florida Department of Health Emergency Operations Plan (FDOH EOP) components.
General Planning Resources—Provides a variety of resources to assist public health and health care planners and responders including public health ready criteria, state public health and medical planning system.
County Planning Resources—Provides resources aimed to assist local planners.