StatusNet911 is a cloud-based solution connecting hospital, dispatch and first responders with real-time situational data. It is an easy-to-use system that provides local, regional and state views of resource availability, triage status, and system outages in order to support real-time response to multi/mass-casualty incidents (MCIs) and routine incidents. Health Systems benefit by receiving EMS incident information in real-time to more effectively manage resources system-wide and interface with community first responders and transport agencies.
Features & Benefits
StatusNet911 automatically links disparate 9-1-1 CAD platforms, giving a clear picture of operations across the entire response network in real-time including health systems and response services. Dispatch information for EMS incidents is immediately forwarded to Hospital EDs as it is reported to the 9-1-1 call taker.
Ambulance Drop Times
StatusNet911 calculates and updates ambulance drop-times at hospitals and makes them available to EMS dispatch or an MCI coordinator so response units can be routed to the hospitals that will allow them to get back in service as quickly as possible.
Hospital diversion data
By reporting, monitoring, and alerting on the availability of specialized equipment, StatusNet911 ensures proper patient allocation, effective routing and dispatch, thereby improving patient outcomes.
When an MCI or disaster is declared, StatusNet911 alerts and shares relevant disaster data to all StatusNet911 facilities and requests hospital triage status updates. An MCI Coordinator uses this data to route response units to the best hospital for individual patient needs and hospitals have patient information before the patient arrives in the ER.
StatusNet911 provides a full-featured reporting and auditing service. HAvBED reports can be generated to send to state officials. Users with the proper permissions can generate summary report for MCIs, audit reports for facility compliance with responding to requests for updated triage and bed status numbers, and drop-time/drop-off reports.
Alerts are provided when hospital status changes based on patient load or equipment availability. BOLOs, All Calls, and MCI activities are provided through the alert service. During MCIs, patient allocation to vehicles, vehicle allocation to hospitals, and requests for triage status and bed status are all propagated to the effected entities through the alert service.
How Does StatusNet911 Help?
StatusNet911 is a collaborative dashboard tool that allows dispatchers, charge nurses, and on-scene responders to share critical information about active EMS incidents, emergency patient triage information and available resources. The receiving hospitals see incoming number of patients, triage status, and ETA. It provides situational awareness when timely information means the difference between life and death.
StatusNet911 users in emergency dispatch will be able to quickly determine what resources are available and direct EMS to route patients to the facility that is able to provide the best possible patient care. Dispatchers or Medical Duty Officers also have current Emergency Department (ED) turnaround times at their fingertips so that they can route patients to the appropriate ED preventing surges and delays in care. This is will also improve the return to service time for ambulance and crew.
In ED admissions, users are able to receive alerts when a patient is assigned to a hospital or healthcare facility. The StatusNet911 dashboard displays at-a-glance patient status and triage information and tracks units that are en route so staff can adequately prepare for their arrival.
StatusNet911 is a useful part of everyday operations. Many of our clients use StatusNet911 for their HEAR tests, and use the All-Call feature to share information about inoperable equipment or system wide alerts. Sharing information such as BOLOs or localized epidemics increases safety and transport efficiency.
StatusNet911 is trusted by EMS agencies, emergency medical teams and hospitals. Staff members use it to share real-time ED triage status updates, hospital diversion status, and hospital bed availability during large scale disasters and Multi/Mass Casualty Incidents (MCIs). StatusNet911’s disaster management MCI tool provides the ability to off-load the management of a large singular disaster event to a designated MCI Coordinator outside of the normal 9-1-1 activities. This allows 9-1-1 services to still manage normal operations while disaster management personnel can take over the MCI management. The MCI tool provides all the 9-1-1 CAD incident activity in real-time and provides the MCI management team with the ability to assign patients to units, units to facilities, and request current triage and bed availability status. Temporary vehicles (e.g., ambulance, car, bus, helicopter) and temporary facilities (e.g., hospitals, parking lots, churches, schools) can be added to the system as they are used in the field to manage the increased patient load.
Emergency room and ED triage status information is stored remotely on StatusNet911’s secure cloud server, ensuring first responders in the field can access the latest information and updates as events unfold.