Summer is flying by…ER keeps soaring with rapid-fire changes to the system. Let’s get you up to date on the newest features and some new partner information.
More NEMSIS 3 Reports
Our reports team keeps rolling out new NEMSIS 3 reports…here’s the latest and greatest:
- 1809 – Patient Detail for Age Range (NEMSIS 3 Incidents Only). This report lets you choose a patient age range to ascertain patient dispositions and conditions for a specific age or age group.
- 1808 – Incident Time (Dispatch to Cleared Scene) per Medic Apparatus for Date Range (NEMSIS 3 Incident Only). This report tells the story of total incident times per medic apparatus.
- 1807 – Incomplete PCRs per Personnel for Date Range (NEMSIS 3 Incidents Only). Use this report to quickly the status and responsibility for incomplete ePCRs.
- 1806 – Percent of Cardiac Arrests where CPR Stopped for Date Range (NEMSIS 3 Incident Only). This is a terrific QA report that illustrates reasons for stopping CPR in a simple table.
- 1805 – Procedures per Personnel for Date Range (NEMSIS 3 Incidents Only). This report enables you to see all the procedures performed per personnel per incident, number of attempts at the procedure and whether it was successful.
- 1804 – Patient Detail for Date Range (Landscape) (NEMSIS 3 Incidents Only). This report provides a very nice breakdown of patient primary impression and disposition.
Take Your Rig Checks & Operations Checks to the Next Level with PSTrax
Emergency Reporting offers PSTrax, the leading operations checks and logistics management solution for Fire & EMS agencies, to bring you upgraded rig checks, equipment checks, and complete asset management. Automatically schedule, perform, and document all checks – Vehicle, SCBA, PPE, Critical Asset, Station and Controlled Substance – in an easy-to-use system that is entirely customized for your department, and built for you!
Request a quote or more information here.
Please note: PSTrax is not currently available for users of our Ultra Secure product.
Fire Recovery USA – Efficient and Cost-Effective Fire and EMS Billing Solutions
Our partner, Fire Recovery USA, is the leader in Cost Recovery and Billing Services for the Fire and EMS industry. Fire and EMS agencies of any size can utilize Fire Recovery USA’s billing solutions and have that information seamlessly integrate with their Emergency Reporting software. Join our live introductory webinar on August 12th to get an inside look at the software and learn how integrating ER with Fire Recovery USA could benefit your department.
What Can Fire Recovery USA Do for Your Department?
- EMS Transport Billing
- Emergency Incident Cost Recovery
- Inspection/Fire Prevention Billing
- Billing Integration with Streamline Automation Systems for Seamless Inspection Billing
- Access Billing Information 24/7 in Real Time
- Supports All Browsers
- Mobile Access for Submitting Runs
- U.S.-Based with Over 1,200 Customers in 42 States
By integrating Fire Recovery USA with Emergency Reporting, users can enter incident data into the software and have that data pulled automatically into the Recovery Hub Billing Platform for a seamless billing process. What to know more? Check out our upcoming live introductory webinar. Click here to register.
To request a quote or more information, click here.
Please note: Fire Recovery USA is not currently available for users of our Ultra Secure product.
That’s it for the June UpdatER. Thank you for all you’re doing for your communities. While these are difficult times, they give us many opportunities to lead by being and doing our best. As always, keep safe and we’ll see you next month.
Business Development Analyst
About the Author:
Tom Louis currently serves as a Business Development Analyst, Subject Matter Expert, and Key Account Manager for Emergency Reporting. He retired as a battalion chief from the Green Valley Fire District in Arizona in 2013 after serving for 22 years. He has used Emergency Reporting since 2004 and has been part of the Emergency Reporting family since 2011, working with customers throughout the United States and in Canada, South Korea, Japan, Germany, Italy, and Kuwait. He holds two associate degrees and graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a bachelor of applied science degree in Fire Service Management. He believes that in order to tell a fire department’s story, high quality, actionable data in an easily understandable manner is essential for our communities and decision-makers. He is an avid reader of both non-fiction books and technothriller novels, loves classic and modern Mopar muscle cars, and has a soft spot for retired racing greyhounds.