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Dispensing Medical Countermeasures for Public Health Emergencies: Workshop Summary (2008)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Organizations Represented." Institute of Medicine. 2008. Dispensing Medical Countermeasures for Public Health Emergencies: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12221.
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D Organizations Represented FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Committee on Health, Homeland Security and Education, Labor, & Governmental Affairs, U.S. Pensions, U.S. Senate Senate Coordinating Office for Homeland Security Committee, Terrorism Preparedness and U.S. House of Representatives Emergency Response (COTPER), Centers for National Institutes of Health Disease Control and (NIH): National Library of Prevention (CDC) Medicine Department of Homeland NIH: National Institute of Security (DHS): Office of Allergy and Infectious Health Affairs Diseases Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of DHS: Federal Emergency the President (EOP) Management Agency Office of Science and Force Health Protection & Technology Policy, EOP Readiness: Department of Defense (DoD) 61

62 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURERS Office of the Assistant Secretary U.S. Food and Drug for Preparedness and Administration Response, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Marshals Service Strategic National Stockpile, U.S. Northern Command, DoD CDC: COTPER U.S. Postal Service Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, U.S. White House Homeland Public Health Service, DoD Security Council, EOP U.S. Agency for International Development STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT Association of State and Michigan Office of Public Territorial Health Officials Health Preparedness Chicago Department of Public National Association of County Health, IL and City Health Officials National Governors Association Cobb & Douglas Public Health, GA New York State Department of Health Dallas County Health and Human Services, TX Ohio Department of Public Health Fairfax County Department of Health, VA Oklahoma City–County Health Department Kane County Health Seattle & King County, WA Department, IL Tarrant County Public Health, Louisville Metro Health TX Department, KY Virginia Department of Health Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

APPENDIX D 63 PRIVATE SECTOR AmerisourceBergen MedImmune, Inc. Corporation The MITRE Corporation Beacon Capital Partners, Inc. Ogilvy Public Relations Citigroup, Inc. Pharmaceutical Researchers and The Coca-Cola Company Manufacturers of America Cox Communications, Inc. Philips Healthcare CVS Pharmacy PRTM Dispensing Solutions, Inc. Rx Response Essex Innovation Group, Inc. SAGE Analytica, LLC FedEx Express, Inc. Synthosys GoMobo, Inc. Tenon Consulting, Inc. The Hauer Group United Parcel Service of America Holland and Knight, LLP U.S. Chamber of Commerce Innovative Emergency Management Walgreens Co. Kelly Services, Inc. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP

64 DISPENSING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURERS ACADEMIA AND THINK TANKS Case Western Reserve Johns Hopkins University, University, School of Law School of Medicine Columbia University Mailman Massachusettes Institute of School of Public Health, Technology National Center for Disaster Preparedness Potomac Institute for National Security Health Policy Center Cornell University, Weill Medical College RAND Corporation Emory University/Emory Terrorism Research Center Healthcare University of Pennsylvania Georgetown University University of Pittsburgh Johns Hopkins University, Medical Center, Center for Bloomberg School of Public Biosecurity Health University of Washington NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS American Red Cross The Joint Commission America’s Second Harvest – National Safety Council The Nation’s Food Bank Network New York Public Radio/National Public Radio Inova Health System

APPENDIX D 65 PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AABB (formerly known as the Emergency Nurses Association American Association of Blood Banks) Healthcare Distribution Management Association American Association for the Advancement of Science Infectious Diseases Society of America American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy National Armored Car Association American College of Emergency Physicians National Association of Chain Drug Stores American Hospital Association National Association of American Medical Association Emergency Medical Technicians American Nurses Association National Business Group on American Public Health Health Association National Restaurant Association American Trucking Association Newspaper Association of America’s Health Insurance America Plans Business Executives for National Security

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On March 3-4, 2008, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Catastrophic Events hosted a workshop titled "Medical Countermeasures Dispensing." The overall objective was to discuss a range of solutions to rapidly provide medical countermeasures to protect large numbers of people prior to or during a public health emergency, such as a bioterrorist attack or infectious disease outbreak. The United States is currently unprepared to confront the range of threats it is facing, such as an intentional anthrax release, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), or pandemic influenza, and it must plan aggressively to counteract the threat of these and other future public health emergencies.

Countermeasure dispensing must harness all types of imaginative partnerships between public and private institutions, working together in ways tailored to meet individual community needs. This workshop summary highlights the presentations and subsequent discussion that occurred at the workshop.

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