Governor's Expert Emergency Epidemic Response Committee (GEEERC) has revised the Crisis Standards of Care for Colorado. Medical experts and partners helped review the content and CDPHE solicited community feedback and engagement throughout the process.
Crisis Standards of Care are guidelines for how the medical community should allocate scarce resources such as ventilators and intensive care unit beds in the extreme case when patient needs exceed the resources available.
Activation Form - Please fill out this form when your facility or agency has activated Crisis Standards of Care.
Deactivated or inactive sections of Crisis Standards of Care plan
- DEACTIVATED: February 17, 2022: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) - Updated 5.12.2022
- DEACTIVATED: February 17, 2022: CSC Health care staffing
- DEACTIVATED: June 30, 2020: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- INACTIVE: Crisis Standards of Care - Hospitals - Updated 5.12.2022
- INACTIVE: Crisis Standards of Care – Palliative Care and Hospice Services
Deactivation Form - Please fill out this form when your facility or agency has deactivated Crisis Standards of Care.
- Policy for Fair Allocation of Currently Used Medications at High Risk for Becoming Scarce
- Strategies for Managing Behavioral Health Standards of Care During a Crisis
- NASEM Rapid Consultation Letter on CSC
- Effective communication recommendations developed by Colorado Cross Disability Coalition
- Communication access recommendations for hospitals
- 2020 FACT SHEET ON CRISIS STANDARDS OF CARE
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- 2020 FAQ ON CRISIS STANDARDS OF CARE FOR HOSPITAL TRIAGE
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