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A Case Study in the Identification of Critical Factors Leading to Successful Implementation of the Hospital Incident Command System

Schoenthal, L. (2015). A Case Study in the Identification of Critical Factors Leading to Successful Implementation of the Hospital Incident Command System. Homeland Security Affairs.

This thesis is a case study in the identification of critical factors leading to the successful implementation of HICS by Stanford Medicine in response to the Asiana plane crash of July 6, 2013.
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