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Emergency Preparedness Resource Inventory (EPRI)

A Tool for Local, Regional, and State Planners

Bioterrorism and Other Public Health Emergencies
Tools and Models for Planning and Preparedness

Part 1: Implementation Report

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The Emergency Preparedness Resource Inventory (EPRI) is a tool allowing local or regional planners to assemble an inventory of critical resources that would be useful in responding to a bioterrorist attack. In addition to a Web-based software tool, EPRI includes an Implementation Report, a Technical Manual, and an Appendix.


Inventory is Comprehensive
   Types of Locations Included in the Inventory
   Types of Resources Included in the Inventory
   Specific Resources Included in the Inventory
Inventory is Flexible and Customizable
   Configuring Locations and Resources To Tailor the Inventory Structure to Needs/Circumstances
   Periodically Updating Data
Inventory Has Automated and Secure Reporting
   System Configuration Reports
   Senior Planner Reports
   Emergency Response Reports
   Region-wide Reports
   Data and Report Security
Software Has Been Fully Tested
   Steering Committee
   Recruiting Organizations and Collecting Data: Lessons Learned

AHRQ Publication No. 05-0077-1
Current as of April 2005

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