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The Rocky Mountain Regional Care Model
- The Rocky Mountain Regional Care Model for Bioterrorist Events was used to identify areas to focus on to plan for surge in Alternate Care Sites including:
- Site Selection.
- Prioritized components to determine which items were critical and which could be reasonably accommodated.
- This model helped us to develop tools specific to California.
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