State Capacity Coordination Centers to Facilitate Access to Acute Care A National Survey and Analysis

Franklin, B., Mitchell, S., Villarroel, L., et al. (2023). State Capacity Coordination Centers to Facilitate Access to Acute Care: A National Survey and Analysis. NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery. 5(1).
The authors of this article discuss state capacity coordination centers (SCCC), also known as medical operations coordination centers (MOCCs), which are a tool to facilitate load balancing during surges. The authors surveyed SCCCs to understand their prevalence, design, and performance. They found that 43.2% of the 44 states that responded to the survey reported using an SCCC and all of those respondents planned to continue SCCC operations after the pandemic.
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