LAKEVILLE, MINN. [August 2, 2019] - ImageTrend, Inc. is honored to announce the release of the first annual Health of Our Emergency Responders: A CrewCare Report. The report is comprised of anonymous aggregate stress-related data collected from the CrewCare mobile App. The goal of this report is to provide insight about life stressors and associated factors related to careers, physical health, support, sleep, mental health, and burnout within the first responder community. CrewCare was developed out of the growing need for greater awareness concerning mental health as well as the need for additional resources and research needed in the first responder industry. CrewCare allows for the collection of aggregated, non-identifiable data that can be used for identifying crew stress, making organizational improvements and contribute to industry-wide research.
Of the many insights found within this report, some of the more shocking results included 72% of respondents had scores indicative of burnout, almost two-thirds of respondents work more than 1 job, and 93% have encountered a mentally difficult call with 36% of respondents still struggling with that call. To view more results, see the full report here.
CrewCare, the company’s groundbreaking free mobile app focuses on mental health awareness, was selected in 2018 as a JEMS Hot Product at EMS Today 2018. The CrewCare innovators also received an EMS 10 award earlier this year for the first of its kind contribution to the first responder community.
The app’s users anonymously track information about stress in their life, engagement, mood and other associated activities. Using the app, participants will instantly receive results in charts and graphs that give them an overall view of their own stress over time, including how they compare to others within their industry.
While this report focuses on all participants of the CrewCare app, reports can also be created specific for organizations to look for insights into a collective view of their crews’ aggregate and anonymous information that can allow for further strides in improving mental health.
The CrewCare app is available as a free download in the Apple App Store for iOS devices and from Google Play for Android devices. For more information on CrewCare, including a sample of year-one results, visit CrewCareLife.com.
LAKEVILLE, MINN. [April 20, 2021] - ImageTrend, Inc. introduces a new barcode scanning and parsing feature within ImageTrend Elite™ to streamline the data sharing capabilities with hospital systems. The power of this technology embedded directly within Elite and paired with Health Information Hub™ (HIH) ensures timely and accurate data exchange between hospitals, building the bridge for matching hospital records and receiving outcome data.
Using the device’s native camera, this feature allows users to scan various types of codes including barcodes and 2D QR codes with no additional equipment. Then, that data is automatically parsed into existing data elements or fields that can be mapped to other system’s data formats. The scanned in data points are immediately available to be printed within a PDF or sent to the ImageTrend Hospital Hub™ or HIE, which can connect to your hospital system.
“We developed this feature to cater to the data nuances of the medical industry and to connect systems that haven’t been compatible in the past,” commented Nick Spring, Product Manager for Elite. “Scanning a medical record number off of a hospital face sheet or patient band has never been easier.”
There’s historically been a high risk of inaccuracy when typing patient’s medical record numbers out by hand, but the advanced ability of this feature to consume various barcode types with different data formats saves time for both EMS and hospital personnel and reduces data errors for patient care.
For any questions, or more information regarding the barcode scanning and parsing feature within Elite or the data sharing capabilities of HIH, email email@example.com.
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