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Providing a wealth of knowledge and expertise on a variety of topics, including public health, clinical-focused practice, operational efficiencies and research is what this team delivers. Our experts help you identify and understand the story of your data for everything from a single research project to helping get a research program started at your organization.
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The EMS and healthcare industry is full of underutilized data that can be used to make a lasting, positive impact on the community. ImageTrend Collaborate™ aggregates, de-identifies and displays your data securely to empower data driven decision-making. Learn more and see the research »
ImageTrend Collaborate™ Quick Facts Report
The Collaborate Quick Facts are designed to provide rapid insights and awareness of key topics that relates to patient care, crew safety and operations management in the prehospital setting. These reports are supplemental information to inspire departments and others in the industry to evaluate their own data and how they compare against national data trends.
Lights and Sirens utilization in the prehospital setting can be one of the most dangerous actions taken during an incident not only to the responding crew, but also to the communities they service.
The usage of lights and sirens has a purpose, but the data suggests that the industry over utilizes these modes. National organizations, such as National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA), have established quality measures to monitor the usage and the adoption of dispatch triage systems continue to bring awareness and ensure appropriate response modes based upon patient condition.
CrewCare™ was created in response to the growing concerns of mental well-being within the first responder and healthcare industries. The goal of CrewCare is to provide insight on stress loads and associated factors, as well as to grow an aggregate non-identifiable database to help us, as a collective whole, gain understanding. We all want to be a part of preventing burnout, PTSD, and suicide as well as improving support offered. After all, it is not just about being resilient, it’s about thriving.
Emergency Responder Mental Well-being and Self-perceived Coworker Support:
This study shows evidence that high coworker support is associated with low stress levels and less likelihood of self-perceived PTSD. These results indicate the importance of peer to peer support and agencies should find opportunities that encourages and supports comradery between coworkers.
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