NAEMT releases survey results on ePCR usability

The survey details how EMS providers interface with software systems that they use on a day-to-day basis to collect and store patient information


By EMS1 Staff

WASHINGTON — The National Administration of Emergency Medical Technicians released a national survey this week on how EMS providers use ePCR. 

The survey details how EMS providers interface with software systems that they use on a day-to-day basis to collect and store patient information. 

The survey was distributed to over 80,000 EMS providers from NAEMT’s database; about 6 percent responded. Participants reported using software from 73 different manufacturers and 115 different ePCR software programs. 

The 18-question survey asked EMS practitioners about system usefulness, information and interface quality. Overall, users rated ePCR systems a 4.5 out of 7, meaning that they deem the systems usable, but see room for improvement. 

EMS ePCR Usability Survey

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