NIMS Required Training - Advanced
Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
NIMS Required Training - Advanced: ‘Incident Command Systems for Healthcare with NIMS’. This course is designed for all those who may serve in a leadership role in a health care organization during an emergency or disaster. This course will help health care managers and leaders understand their role in the Incident Command System in the event if an emergency or disaster. This course parallels the federal requirements for the FEMA IS-100.HC, An Introduction to Incident Command System, IS-200.HC, Applying Incident Command System to Health Care Organizations, and IS 800.b which provides an overview of the National Response Framework which specifies how the resources of the federal government will work together with state, local and tribal governments, and the private sector to respond to actual or potential incidents. The NIMS -Advanced Training also includes: NIMS Required Training - Basic: ‘Emergency Preparedness for Health Care with NIMS’ course. This is an awareness-level course that helps healthcare workers understand their role in providing contentious care for existing patients and additional patients in the event if an emergency. This course includes National Incident Management System (NIMS) requirements for IS-700. The Program is intended to be completed annually by healthcare facility personnel and is aligned with the Joint Commission and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Reduce Training Time
  • This NIMS two-course package covers the requirement of four FEMA courses
  • Save time on tracking non-HealthStream activities
  • Interactive learning activities, web links, and exercises
  • Brief quizzes to test comprehension of the material
  • Documents an individual’s completion of the course
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The NIMS courseware educates healthcare workers on their role in the event of an emergency and describes the way an incident command system can provide a consistent approach to command and control during an emergency or disaster.