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Patient Registry Webinars Elite Webinars for EMS and Fire
During this webinar, join Morgan Anderson, Epidemiologist, and Dave Zaiman from ImageTrend to learn how to use the data you are already collecting for Tracking Opioid and Naloxone Usage in your area using ImageTrend Continuum™. Learn about the most effective ways to receive data you need to make an impact in operations and patient care from an agency perspective.
During this webinar, learn how to improve early detection of Sepsis using the data you are already collecting with Active Data Monitoring™. Join Morgan Anderson, Epidemiologist, and Dave Zaiman from ImageTrend to hear about the most effective ways to receive data you need to make an impact in operations and patient care from an agency perspective.
Connecting healthcare data among EMS, hospitals and HIEs benefits patients, public health and care providers alike. Hear from Dr. Michael Wilcox, Medical Director, and Morgan Anderson, Epidemiologist, to learn about the importance of data sharing and how communities have solved the problem of disparate systems through real-world success stories. Dave Zaiman hosted this informative panel.
As the name suggests, continuous quality improvement (CQI) is an ongoing process; but what if you can accelerate that process for more immediate improvement and learning closest to the time of action? Epidemiologist Morgan Anderson and Business Development Manager Dave Zaiman delve into the research and share how agencies are incorporating alerting and live data into the CQI process to remedy inaccurate or missing information faster as well as improve learning opportunities.
Hear about how one agency is getting started on working with their data to improve operations and justify their goals. Brenden Espie, Assistant Fire Chief with City of Surprise Fire-Medical Department in Arizona, discusses: capturing NFIRS data, transferring ePCRs across jurisdictions and using heat maps, charts and monitors to provide real-time, visual data on display in departments – all with a software system that is easy to use both in the field and at an administrative level.