Should a Reformed System Be Prepared for Public Health Emergencies, and What Does that Mean Anyway?

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 36 (4):716-721 (2008)
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Any reformed health care system must be able to react to and mitigate the consequences of a public health emergency. This article identifies four essential components of public health emergency preparedness, and presents measures that can be taken immediately to improve our capacity to respond to emergencies

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