June 15 SCWIHERC Membership Meeting Notes
Passcode: See email sent June 15
Reminder that DocuSign signatures for annual plan review are due June 30. Reminder email was sent directly to signer on file for your organization. Will resend any unsigned plans 7-10 days before deadline.
Upcoming Trainings and Information:
|Course||Location||Date||Link if available|
|MGT-341; Dis. Preparedness Hosp/HC||Spooner||October (TEEX still determining exact date)|
|MGT-341; Dis. Preparedness Hosp/HC||Fox Valley Tech T.C.||July 26-27||https://my.teex.org/TeexPortal/Default.aspx?MO=mCourseCatalog&D=EU&C=MGT341&S=476|
|CISM – Group||Columbia Sheriff Office||June 17-18||Contact HERC coordinator|
|AWR-331; Winter Weather||Lincoln County||27-Sep||https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/3120/|
|AWR-232; Mass Fatalities Planning||Oneida County Sheriff||29-Jun|
-Medical Response Surge Exercise – Replaces Coalition Surge Test. Planning to start this summer. Tie into DARES scenario?
-Pediatric Surge TTX – As part of MRSE exercise/scenario?
Annual Plans Review:
After plans are reviewed and updated, Docusign process, same as last year. Sent to every core organization except EMS (which will be sent June 16), signatures due by June 30.
Scholarship opportunities start July 1! $2,000 aggregate limit per active member (must provide proof of participation in 2 SCWIHERC events in previous 365 day period), must meet other application requirements. Valid on conference registration fees, travel (mileage/flight/lodging). Scholarship opportunity excludes PHEP recipients, please use PHEP funds!
Burn Surge Plan Review and Tabletop Exercise: SitMan and slides available in Shared Drive, also review recording.
Is a mess, please continue to send your registered student information, please be patient and standby! Student will receive an email when successfully enrolled and course is accessible.
SALT Triage First Receiver Train the Trainer
Resuming this project after COVID delay. Three facets of training/maintaining staff proficiency:
- SALT Triage First Receiver video, which should be viewed by anyone in your organization who might be put to the task of triage in the event that you have an MCI in your community that would result in self-presenting patients. Link: https://youtu.be/N7OG8a7vXnE
- Train the Trainer sessions for our Champions to review the concepts and receive training on our SALT ribbon bags, see emailed out April 27. We will distribute the ribbon bags for your facility to your Champion at these trainings.
- Your Champions bring their training and ribbon bags back to your facility, where they train your other staff on these SALT triage concepts, and how to use the ribbon bags, and maintain a regular competency program for your new hires and as part of annual training for current staff.
About half of hospitals have received their bags and participated in our SCWIHERC trainings in mid-May. Direct outreach to hospitals that haven’t is forthcoming. We really encourage all of our regional hospitals to join this project to ensure they have staff that know how to field triage self-presenting patients and their triage methods are consistent with EMS field triage.
CSC Updates: Doug Hill
Wisconsin Hospital Mutual Aid MOU- There is not a strong statewide desire to renew this document as a state. Opportunity to develop regional MOUs if desired, (what are next steps/follow up?)
CSC Concept of Operations- Doug Hill is developing as part of grant deliverables, but it leans more along the lines of allocation of scarce resources than crisis standards of care.
CSC Article: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15265161.2021.1925778 PDF of article available in Best Practices Folder of shared drive.
GE IV Contrast Shortage- Looks like we’re coming out of it. No current concerns.
TJC EM Standards Update Resources:
From Wakefield Brunswick:
AHEPP Webinar June 15 1100 recording will be posted to notes at http://www.scwiherc.org/june-15-2022-membership-meeting/ when available.
Lessons Learned and Best Practices from COVID-19 and other real events:
How are we remaining nimble for future variants/surge/vaccination/testing?
What else are we working on? Mass casualty drills, implementing SALT Triage in ED.
What else are we responding to? Current event in Dane County from June 13 storm, widespread power outages including some persisting into 48+ hours (as of the time of these notes being written). Compounded by heat advisory. More widespread severe storms anticipated tonight through whole region and state, be prepared! Current lessons learned: cell networks were jammed immediately after power outage, don’t forget basics like Wireless Priority Service, WISCOM radio, GETS cards, FirstNet. When SCWIHERC Responder has communication issues (Jennifer lost power during event and cell service was spotty for a few hours), that will be posted on EMResource under coalition header at top of page (hover over Jennifer’s name), and as out of office reply on email when possible, with further instruction.
Jane Lentz-Gervais- Adams County EM
Charlie Johnson- St. Mary’s Madison
Jeff Kindrai- Grant County HD
Brent Skiba- Watertown Regional Medical Center
Mike Tedeschi- NEWHERC
Lisa Herritz- Ho Chunk Nation
Joe Meagher- Dodge County EM
Jennylynde Packham- UW Health Rehab
Dave Kitkowski- St. Clare Baraboo
Katie Budack- Grant Regional Health Center
Matt Christian- Marshfield Medical Center Beaver Dam
Angie Cohen- Grant Regional Health Center
Doug Hill- CSC Coordinator
Tina Strandlie- Stoughton Health
Bill Ritzer- Reedsburg Area Medical Center
Kara Takes- Unified Therapy
Diana Quinn- SSM Health
Lynn Skatrud- Green County HD
Michael Niles- Rock County HD
Nathan Bubenzer- UPH Meriter
Ed Somers Clearview Dodge County
Suzanne Schreiner- Adams County HHS
Rodney Punzel- UW Health
Julie Gorman- Sauk Prairie Healthcare
Jodie Molitor- Sauk County HD
Jen Hankwitz- UW Health
Brian Allen- Southwest Health
Michael Stephens- UW Health
Alice Salli- Mendota Mental Health Institute
Sam LaMuro- Fort HealthCare
Mary Tessendorf- Monroe Hospital
Steve Haskell- UW Health
Jim Abitz- Southwest Health
Carol Brown- Rainbow Hospice
Jennifer Lorenz- Mercyhealth Janesville
Kurt Hoeper- Upland Hills Health
Sarah Jensen- Marquette County HD
Sally Blackbourn- Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County
Lori Mickelson- UW Health Burn Program
Mike Hall- Monroe Hospital
Dave Larson- Madison VA
Dr. Mike Lohmeier- SCWIHERC
Jennifer Behnke- SCWIHERC