Tag Archives: E911

Quick thoughts from TriCON 2012

The theme for the TriCON 2012 conference in San Diego was “Breaking Barriers” and that is certainly what TriTech presented during the plenary yesterday regarding their next generation dispatch system and their consolidation of recent business acquisitions.  The crowd was clearly the biggest ever for this conference at about 430 users.  A show of hands […]

Measured Response to Response Measures

In conversations lately I have been hearing more diverging opinions on measuring EMS response ranging all the way from it being a definitive criteria to saying  it shouldn’t be considered at all. A recorded example of such a discussion is a recent blogtalkradio episode by “EMS Office Hours”.  While certainly appearing to be diametrically opposing […]

Addressing Geovalidation

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The most fundamental aspect of an E-911 emergency dispatch center is to be able to locate a call for service and communicate that location to the closest appropriate vehicle to be dispatched.  In nearly every case, that location description is eventually an address.  The back-end process starts when a call is placed to 9-1-1 from […]

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High Performance EMS

High Performance Emergency Medical Services (HP-EMS) systems provide effective clinical care promoting positive patient outcomes and community wellness while maintaining a focus on improving economic efficiency of the system.  This site is dedicated as a community seeking to increase agency performance by promoting useful information regarding the developing trends and improvements in the efficiency of delivering basic and advanced medical care in the field.

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daleloberger
EMS Deployment Community of Practice
A reader offered up this link to multiple fire department EMS analysis reports over time: https://sites.google.com/site/standardsofcoverfire/
2014-11-16 17:51:01
Rob Lawrence
Quick Thoughts from EMS World Expo 2014
In my High Performance EMS session I presented 'Robs 10 top tips' or Healthy Habits of High Performing Systems'. I majored on key elements of business practice, organizational performance and clinical excellence required in any high performing system, EMS or otherwise. My ten top tips were as follows: 1. Economic Efficiency. - money is getting…
2014-11-16 08:59:44
CJ Ewell
Is our success a sign of our failure?
A couple things- first, your discussion has nothing to do with schizophrenia and it does a disservice to your readers and the mentally ill to use this term inappropriately. Second, people need access to appropriate primary care options. Delivering these services in an expensive vehicle with a revolving cast of providers is a stop-gap, not…
2014-11-04 15:56:29
Phil Jordon
Impressions of the Ferno iN/X
John Staymose- You're only half correct on the weight issue. If you are lucky enough to work for an agency that has the Stryker lift system as well as the power cot, you do indeed enjoy having to do very little lifting. However, there are instances when your conclusion is erroneous. The major instance is…
2014-11-03 15:03:16
Laura Lant
Is our success a sign of our failure?
Interesting article, hit alot of points that are actual reality today - things realized but maybe not been focused on - I feel some of the issue is comunication and community education - we know what we do as providers and why we do it but does everyone else ? What is their actual perception?…
2014-11-02 07:48:53

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