Empowering The EMS Community with Information
The Central California EMS Agency (CCEMSA) has been a StatusNet911 customer since 2003. The CCEMSA uses StatusNet911 on a daily basis to communicate between hospitals and the EMS agency.
Medic operates the busiest 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agency in the state of North Carolina and is among the nation's top 1% of EMS agencies in terms of positive outcomes for Cardiac Arrest victims. Medic uses DataWatch911 for EMS workload management and personnel performance reports.
Whenever an MCI occurs, all the responding units have to thoroughly manage organizational and medical tasks that are typically not a part of their day-to-day routine.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers have to coordinate and collaborate with various transport units to ensure that emergency services are provided in a timely manner to save precious lives.
Monitoring and measuring your agency’s 9-1-1 system performance can be a daunting challenge, simply because there’s so much information to extract from your 9-1-1 Computer-Aided Dispatch system.
One of the best ways to reduce burnout and operational misunderstandings is to fairly balance the workload. The most creative and efficient way to balance workload is to monitor and respond to Custom Unit Hour Utilization (CUHU) data in real time.
Regardless of your current multi-casualty incident (MCI) policy and protocol, one thing will never change: the chaotic “norm” of managing large scale MCIs.
When it comes to saving lives, call takers at your local PSAP play an important role in directing emergency resources to where they are needed the most.
Spiraling costs and dwindling budgets have forced emergency operations to find ways to get more done with fewer resources. To meet the increased demands of today’s public safety services, agencies must provide robust, efficient functionality at an affordable cost.
When it comes to responding to a mass casualty event or multi-casualty event, quick and effective response, treatment, patient allocation and transportation are vital components in providing an efficient life-saving response.
The failure to seamlessly communicate with other communication centers is one of the greatest ironies of the 911 emergency communications system.
Is your emergency management system fully prepared to handle the next mass casualty incident?
According to a 2014 study from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, up to 40% of annual deaths in the US from each of the five leading causes could potentially be prevented.
As a leading provider of advanced public safety software solutions specifically designed to meet the needs of EMS agencies of all types, DataTech911 is proud to offer access to a wide range of resources for EMS chiefs and other EMS professionals.