More Than 1,000 Agencies Have Gone Live on ImageTrend Elite
LAKEVILLE, MINN. - ImageTrend, Inc. announced a growing user base, with more than 1,000 agencies live on ImageTrend Elite™, the company's NEMSIS version 3 compliant platform. The agencies are based in 17 states across the US. Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, New York, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
This milestone arrives soon after NEMSIS names the first six states that are submitting version 3 data to their repository, all powered by the enterprise level ImageTrend Elite solution. Those states include Arizona, California, Kentucky, Nebraska, Virginia and Washington. ImageTrend also reports six additional states, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, have gone live with ImageTrend Elite and begun collecting version 3 data with plans to submit to NEMSIS in the near future.
"We are pleased that Elite has been so well received by EMS agencies and statewide EMS reporting authorities," commented Joe Graw, Vice President of Client Services at ImageTrend, Inc. "The agencies that are using it love the technology and the standard data set is going to make it easier to integrate information among systems."
As agencies continue to join the ImageTrend Elite community, more user-created resources such as forms and validation rules can be shared to the benefit of our customers.
About ImageTrend, Inc.
ImageTrend, Inc. is dedicated to enterprise-level data management and analysis through the innovative use of technology. ImageTrend’s applications serve a variety of industries, but is primarily based in the healthcare and emergency response community. Its Emergency Data Systems division serves the fields of EMS, fire, hospital, critical care, preparedness and health information exchange (HIE). Based in Lakeville, Minn., ImageTrend combines business analysis, creative design and database-driven architecture to offer innovative, scalable solutions and strategies for today and the future.
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