contingency plan

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contingency plan

A generic term for an arrangement made for a patient in the event that his/her original care plan fails or is unviable—e.g., either the care coordinator is unavailable or part of a care plan cannot be carried out on short notice.
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Ellen Hexter, director of The Conference Board Integrated Risk Management Program and author of the report, says, "Most crisis management and business continuity plans are built on the expectation of loss of infrastructure or data, for example.
With ATA, SMBs have a way to effectively deploy a centralized, flexible and continuously available storage infrastructure that ensures business continuity at a cost efficient price.
Nationwide, there is a new emphasis on business continuity and disaster recovery planning, not only from a technology point of view, but also from a holistic point of view.
Answer honestly: How soon will you rethink and test your business continuity plan?
Monday, March 23, will kick-off a week of business continuity data sharing from experts with organizations such as Norwich University, eFortresses, Disaster Recovery Journal, Euroclear and Liberty Mutual.
This new D2D business continuity model enables enterprises to immediately reacquire data and get users back online and then, under a controlled condition, repair and bring the original hardware back online.
11, those responsible for business continuity planning are faced with a new regulatory environment.
Location, Location, Location -- A business continuity site doesn't have to be buried deep into the side of a mountain like NORAD.
Increased importance of data security and business continuity: Following global events that have painfully illustrated the consequence of data for today's businesses, data protection and business continuity have taken center stage in IT planning and boardroom conversations.
But while the topic of temperature in a corporate environment might once have referred to HVAC settings, today it involves a far more serious subject -- business continuity planning (i.
Leading North American Technology Consulting Firm to Offer AcXess Business Continuity Solutions

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