Healthcare providers rushed in last month after terrorists struck. As the days wore on after the attacks, it became painfully clear that there were few survivors needing medical attention. But what about future catastrophes? Is America's healthcare system ready should large numbers of casualties stream into hospitals?
Some lawmakers and industry experts are questioning whether the system is especially vulnerable in the event of bioterrorism and chemical attacks. How prepared are we? Modern Healthcare wants your opinion.
To complete a brief online survey, visit www.modernhealthcare.com. Results of September's survey, a look at medical privacy issues, also are available on the site.