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How NEMSIS and ePCR are transforming EMS records (white paper)

This free white paper describes how ePCR software with NEMSIS compliance can lead to error-free transfers of patient information


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By EMS1 BrandFocus Staff

Electronic patient care reporting software and the standards the software must meet have changed the way the EMS industry records and charts patient interactions.

With ePCR software, agencies can meet or exceed NEMSIS state requirements and avoid becoming another statistic in the shrinking pool of available compliant programs. (image/iPCR)
With ePCR software, agencies can meet or exceed NEMSIS state requirements and avoid becoming another statistic in the shrinking pool of available compliant programs. (image/iPCR)

No longer do EMTs, paramedics and firefighter/paramedics need to carry paper forms, fill them out the old-fashioned way and ensure they are physically shared and filed. In 2001, all of this changed when the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS), was developed as a follow-up to the 1998 EMS Agenda for the Future: Implementation Guide. 

NEMSIS can become a comprehensive EMS information system that's a backbone for future EMS development, but only with your agency's help.

It's also important that your agency is NEMSIS compliant by collecting and sharing data into NEMSIS. But how do you overcome some of the most common roadblocks for full NEMSIS reporting?

In this free whitepaper, you'll learn:

  • The three biggest challenges with full NEMSIS reporting

  • How NEMSIS compliance benefits EMS agencies 

  • How ePCR software can help agencies meet compliance standards and transfer patient information error-free

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