AIMHI Webinar Series – High Performance/High Value EMSJenny Abercrombie
How good is your EMS system at achieving reliable outcomes for complying with a STEMI, Stroke or Trauma clinical bundle?
What is your average task time and how does it relate to an effective unit hour utilization?
Do you know your key financial metrics such as revenue and expense per unit hour, per call, and per transport?
AIMHI and FirstWatch are conducting a series of webinars that will provide insights into the clinical, operational and fiscal metrics that demonstrate how AIMHI member EMS systems achieve high performance/high value, and more importantly, keys to implementing quality and performance improvement methods in your system to possibly achieve comparable results.
The first webinar in the series, “Introduction to High Performance/High Value Outcome Metrics from the AIMHI Benchmarking Survey” will be held on Monday, February 24th at 1p ET, 12n CT, 10a PT. Your presenters will be:
- Chip Decker, Richmond Ambulance Authority and President of AIMHI
- Linda Frederiksen, Medic EMS, Davenport, Iowa
- Matt Zavadsky, MedStar Mobile Healthcare
AIMHI benchmarking studies perform a fundamental service to EMS leaders and local policy makers by providing information about the hallmarks of High Performance/High Value EMS (HPHVEMS) systems. AIMHI’s goal in releasing this information is to ensure the progress and growth EMS systems, and expand the reputation and efficiency of EMS nationally and internationally.
Links Mentioned during Webinar:
Medic Emergency Medical Services: www.medicems.com – Click on Performance Statistics (updated monthly).