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Future Plans (continued)
- Work with regional fire and police entities to provide data or pull data from the State of Ohio response plans.
- Provide implementation assistance to other Ohio regions, so all state healthcare organizations have access to, and provide data for, the Emergency Preparedness Resource Inventory Tool (EPRI).
- Work collaboratively with adjacent state regions to develop a multi-state EPRI tool.
- Continue to promote the implementation and usage of EPRI to all interested parties.
Currently, fire and police in the State of Ohio are utilizing a State response plan capable of monitoring resources. The region would like to use the open-ended architecture of EPRI together to provide data to these State systems or pull data from them. At this point, NECO [Northeast Central Ohio] would like to work with other regions to setup a State EPRI and possibly move to adjacent States.
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