Our healthcare industry is one of the world’s largest, fastest-growing, and complex industries. Hospitals and healthcare providers are instrumental in providing goods and services that are integral to maintaining local, regional, national, and global health with a dedicated healthcare system. A healthcare system is an organized plan of health services available to the population and financed by government, private enterprise, or both. In many developed nations, the healthcare industry protects all sectors of the economy and can consume 10% of the nation’s gross domestic product. Although healthcare and hospitals provide an important public service, most of the sector’s assets are privately owned and operated. Beyond ensuring healthy, safe, and productive population, healthcare and hospitals play a vital role protecting all sectors from hazards such as infectious disease outbreaks, terrorism, and natural disasters. The success of a community’s healthcare and hospital network is dependent on its ability to plan, train, and exercise; collaborate with important community stakeholders, share this information in a secured manner across the healthcare network, and maintain compliance with the increasing federal regulatory requirements and guidance.