Posts Tagged Emergency Response

How Big Data Analysis Guides Hurricane Sandy Response

Palantir_NYC_RxResponse

As the response to Hurricane Sandy enters its fifth day, Direct Relief helps safety net healthcare centers get back on their feet in part through big data analysis of a range of relevant, dynamic data sources. Our team understands that accurate and effective public health emergency response demands deep understanding of the context and the details of chaotic situations. The […]

Read more

Hurricane Sandy: Urgent Supplies Bound for East Coast Clinics in Need

Hurricane_Sandy_New_Jersey_Pier_Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen_U.S. Air Force_New Jersey National Guard

Direct Relief is operating at full speed this morning to process urgent requests from partner clinics affected by Hurricane Sandy who are treating patients in need on the East Coast. Last night, 50 cases of Abbott nutritional supplements such as Zone bars and Pediasure were sent to William F. Ryan Community Health Center, which operates a network of clinics in New […]

Read more

Hurricane Sandy: NYC Pharmacy Access Update

PharmacyMap_Update_NY_11_2

Based on data imported from the RxResponse Pharmacy Status tool, conditions appear to have improved for most of the New York City area by Friday morning. However, serious problems with pharmacy service availability (as reported earlier by Direct Relief)—most likely related to power outages and flooding—remain persistent throughout lower Manhattan. Blue squares in the map above represent pharmacy locations known […]

Read more

Direct Relief Commits $250,000 for Hurricane Sandy Relief and Recovery Efforts

news-logo

$25 million in medical inventory also made available for affected areas  SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct. 31 – As the wide-ranging effects of Hurricane Sandy continue to be assessed, Direct Relief today committed an initial $250,000 and its entire $25 million stockpile of available medical inventories to support medical relief and recovery efforts in communities affected by the superstorm that hit […]

Read more

Hurricane Sandy: Restoring Pharmacy Access in NYC

Palantir_NYC_RxResponse

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Direct Relief is paying extra-close attention to a key factor in disaster response—access to pharmacy services, both nonprofit and commercial. For people needing to access basic health and medical services under conditions such as the infrastructural shocks now being felt in New York City, supply chains, transport, and service availability are paramount concerns. Lower Manhattan—among […]

Read more

Hurricane Sandy: Fighting the Spread of Cholera in Haiti

Haiti-PCC-1

While Direct Relief USA reaches out to clinics on the East Coast, we continue to assess and respond to needs in Haiti where more than 50 people have been reported dead and another 200,000 people were affected by damage to their homes caused by Hurricane Sandy. Because the rains and mudslides destroyed roads and bridges, many people have been cut […]

Read more
Page 7 of 22« First...56789...20...Last »

Twitter

Contact & Copyright

© 2001-2013 Direct Relief. All rights reserved.
Direct Relief is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
Direct Relief
27 S. La Patera Lane
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
Phone: (805) 964-4767
Fax: (805) 681-4838
Federal Tax ID number: 95-1831116
Email & Contact Form
Privacy Policy | Donation Policy

Awards & Recognition