NAEMT releases EMS data report
Over 2,400 EMS personnel responded to the survey
CLINTON, Miss. — NAEMT released the results of its "2016 National Survey on Data Collection, Use and Exchange in EMS" Friday.
More than 2,400 members representing EMS practitioners, managers, data managers and medical directors from a wide variety of agency sizes and types responded to the survey.
With healthcare payers increasingly tying reimbursement to performance, it's more important that EMS can show its services make a difference for patients. Data can also be used to enhance safety, and to ensure EMS has the information needed to advocate for the resources needed to provide optimal patient care and maintain preparedness.
Read the report below.