Trending Topics

Rachel Stemerman

EMS Grants Help

Rachel Stemerman is the product manager of data science and APIs at ESO. Prior to joining ESO, she completed her PhD in Health Informatics at the University of North Carolina as a National of Library Medicine fellow where her research focused on information extraction, machine learning, and data visualization for clinical decision support. Prior to entering her PhD program, she was the quality improvement coordinator for Orange County EMS where she currently is an active paramedic.

Five steps to using forecast data to determine par levels and a structured framework for managing EMS medical supply inventory
HHS, CDC commit opioid funding grant money to public health based models for combating the crisis
Nurtured connections in the grant funding organizations are advocates for fire and EMS proposals
Sustainment of a project beyond the period of grant funding is a sign of a wise investment for a project funder
In 2017, expect substance abuse, mental illness, innovative technology and collaborative solutions to be top trends in EMS grant funding
Health Information Exchange participation and funding for EMS agencies is a pathway to improving patient care and safety
Ballistic protective equipment for active shooter response is eligible for Assistance to Firefighters grant funding
Write a compelling narrative with passion, conflict and resolution to engage grant application reviewers in your project
Surrounding yourself with resources and support is a great way to get a leg up on the competitive grant landscape
Follow these rules to help your EMS agency or fire department take the next step in success with grant applications