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This is a BETA version of a PCCC website still under development.

This website does not reflect official policy of the

State of Michigan or the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Learn About the PCCC with this Video Introduction.


Pediatric Care Coordination Center:

A Demonstration and Table Top Exercise

June 7, 2022, 10:00 am to 2:15 pm EST


The Michigan Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness, in partnership

with the Region V for Kids Pediatric Center of Excellene, invites you to a

virtual pediatric medical operations coordination cell (PMOCC) exercise.


The PMOCC is a new model for emergency management of pediatric

disaster and surge incidents and is based upon the

ASPR TRACIE Medical Operations Coordination Cells Toolkit.

The Pediatric Care Coordination Center (PCCC) is Michigan’s

conceptual version of a PMOCC.


Participants will conduct and validate internal standard operating

procedures of a PMOCC. Observers are asked to comment on the

activation process and evaluate cell operations.

Suggested participants include:

State Department of Health, Preparedness and Public Health Officials

Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Coordinators

Hospital Emergency Managers and Surge Planners

Emergency Preparedness Personnel

State Hospital Association Representatives

The virtual exercise will feature

1) Pediatric Medical Education Presentations

2) A Functional Demonstration of a PMOCC

3) A Table Top Exercise

Register for the exercise at PCCC Exercise Registration (Link)

Deadline for registration is 3 June 2022

Contact the Exercise Planning Team at PMOCCexercise@umich.edu

Exercise Materials

Save the Date

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Save the Date

Exercise Agenda

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Agenda

ExPlan

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ExPlan

SitMan

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SitMan

Video Script

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Script

Slide Deck

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Slide Deck

Debrief Waukesha Parade MCI

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Disaster Planning for CYSHCN

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Be Ready Resource Materials

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Pediatric HVA


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Pediatric HVA Article


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Legal Implications of Care Across State Line

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Pediatric Mental Health

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After Action Review

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AAR Pending Publication



Please check back for

additional details on the

Pediatric Care Coordination Center:

A Demonstration and Table Top Exercise.


New information will be posted to this site

as it becomes available


Are you interested

in becoming a

Pediatric Champion?

Pediatric Champions advocate to increase awareness of pediatric readiness in their facility and promote education of pediatric emergency care. If you are interested in becoming a champion, please see this link for additional information:

PEDIATRIC CHAMPIONS


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Triage by Resource Allocation for INpatients (TRAIN)

The TRAIN tool is used to help determine the level of transport required for evacuation based on resource utilization. The TRAIN tool can be used to rapidly assess potential patients for discharge when surge capacity is required and to enable expedient resource requests from other agencies.

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Training Presentation

Learn more about TRAIN with this Training Presentation.


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PCCC Communications Pathway

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Essential Elements of Information (EEI) Form

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Form

Michigan Pediatric Care Coordination Center

Concept of Operations

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Concept of Operations

PCCC Communications Drill:

Validating the Call for Help


February 8, 2022, 9:00am to 11:00am EST

Completed

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Additional Information

Find Regional Healthcare Coalition Contact Information at this Link