TargetSolutions offers several help documents on the Ebola virus inside Community Resources. You can easily assign these items with TargetSolutions’ powerful delivery system.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed earlier this week the first patient diagnosed with the Ebola virus in the United States. With the potential for the virus to spread, emergency responders need to be educated on best practices for handling potential cases of the disease.
The CDC reports nearly 3,400 deaths to Ebola since 1976. A patient is being treated in Texas is the first person diagnosed with the virus in the U.S., according to health officials.

TargetSolutions’ Community Resources, which serves as the online system’s shared repository for videos, documents, and much more, provides valuable items that address best practices for emergency responders, including web articles, checklists, and infographics on the Ebola virus.

Here are a few of the top resources on the subject:
Ebola EMS Preparedness Checklist: Created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this detailed checklist offers Ebola preparedness tips for EMS professionals.
The Ebola Virus: What EMS Providers Need to Know: An in-depth article from EMS World outlines the 2014’s outbreak timeline of events, infectious precautions, patient assessment, and much more.
Ebola – Interim Guidance for Emergency Medical Services: A web link to CDC’s guidance for EMS systems in managing patients known or suspected of the Ebola virus.
Ebola Virus Algorithm for Evaluation of the Returned Traveler: An infographic with tips for diagnosing patients.
With TargetSolutions, organizations can easily assign these valuable resources to employees, require e-signatures, and track completion results. For more information on how to assign materials found in Community Resources, or the items addressing the Ebola virus, please click here or contact us today at (800) 840-8048.