The Florida Public Health Risk Assessment Tool

The Florida Public Health Risk Assessment Tool is a collaborative development involving local, regional, and state partners. This tool helps planners to create jurisdictional risk assessments by assessing the 15 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Preparedness Capabilities and local resources, producing gap analyses, estimating the impacts of hazards to public health, healthcare, and mental health, measuring the positive effect of mitigation factors such as community resilience, producing a final matrix of residual risk, and exploring county, state and regional data queries.

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Author Florida Department of Health
Maintainer Sonia McNelis, MD, MPH
Last Updated August 26, 2019, 17:49 (UTC)
Created August 26, 2019, 17:48 (UTC)