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Quality Improvement Program

A commitment to EMS excellence establishes a lasting reputation of respect, reliability and integrity
Why quality improvement concepts should be integrated into EMS education
Quality management implementation at Monroe Fire Department
Expert perspectives on improving patient outcomes
The importance of community involvement in advancing EMS research and quality
A guide to enhancing workforce conditions, improving quality of care and shaping the future of the industry
Bullitt County could be the first EMS department in the state to use body-worn cameras
Maia Dorsett and Nikki Little share a journey to improving care through a multi-modal NAEMSP approach
The Monroe Fire Department’s Continuous Quality Improvement Plan provides an effective tool for evaluating and improving the quality of prehospital care
Takeaways from the 90-plus posters on display at this year’s National Association of EMS Physicians annual meeting
How do medical directors and educators support EMS clinicians in developing practices that improve the diagnostic process?
How to streamline documentation and maximize data quality – while meeting your reporting standards and keeping crews happy
How my first agency took a young, under-confident, naïve paramedic and made me a clinician
What to monitor, how to track it and how to make meaningful improvements
Education models, quality control, culture hurdles and British tacos with Antevy and Bouthillet
How to develop and systematically use a quality review process to improve patient safety
A framework to quality improvement initiatives to solve your safety challenges
Richmond Ambulance Authority and Medic EMS share lessons from implementing the Medical Priority Dispatch System to improve stroke alert response
The technology company will support the NEMSQA’s efforts to develop, test and validate quality measures for EMS
In this episode, co-host Kelly Grayson is joined by guest host EMS1 columnist Rob Lawrence to discuss the development of quality metrics
Selected ideas will be included in the Feasible, Actionable, Impactful, Relevant (FAIR) EMS Measurement Project
NEMSIS-TAC and PWW produce definitive guidance on HIPAA – essential to aid the progression of MIH
3 steps to obtaining leadership buy-in to establish a training department or program
Wren Nealy Jr., Cypress Creek EMS chief operating officer, relates how BWCs have contributed to personnel safety, QA/QI
How the next-generation medic should evaluate potential employers to find an EMS home that will encourage growth
Improvement science expert Dr. Dave Williams highlights why not all actions are created equal when trying to implement improvement science practices within EMS
Out of 14 proposed measures, NEMSQA finalized 11 in August 2019 and developed resources to assist EMS leaders in implementation
The Dover Doorway program is not working as designed, and the number of individuals seeking help from each area is severely disproportionate