#GMVEMSC: FW: COVID-19 Webinar Recording and Slide Deck Available

This was a well-done, balanced discussion of COVID-19 issues, tailored specifically to EMS.  It was recorded, and is available using the link below.

 

 

From: NHTSA Emergency Medical Services [mailto:ems.gov@public.govdelivery.com]
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2020 5:54 PM
To: Gerstner, David <David.Gerstner@daytonohio.gov>
Subject: COVID-19 Webinar Recording and Slide Deck Available

 

The recording and side deck from today's webinar is now available.

 

EMS Focus

 

WEBINAR

What EMS and 911 Need to Know About COVID-19 Webinar - Materials Available

 


Thank you again for your interest in today's special edition of EMS Focus: What EMS, 911 and other public safety personnel need to know about COVID-19. Due to the overwhelming interest in the topic, registrant capacity was exceeded, which prevented everyone who wanted to view the webinar live from doing so. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and invite you to view the recorded version at the link below. 

The recording of today's webinar is now available on the Office of EMS YouTube channel, and the slide deck can be downloaded here

As information about COVID-19 is updating and evolving, we encourage you to sign up for the latest news and updates from the Office of EMS. 

 


About EMS Focus

EMS Focus provides a venue to discuss crucial initiatives, issues and challenges for EMS stakeholders and leaders nationwide. Be sure to visit ems.gov for information about upcoming webinars and to view past recordings.

 

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#GMVEMSC Training: FW: COVID-19 Webinar Recording and Slide Deck Available

This was a well-done, balanced discussion of COVID-19 issues, tailored specifically to EMS.  It was recorded, and is available using the link below.

 

 

From: NHTSA Emergency Medical Services [mailto:ems.gov@public.govdelivery.com]
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2020 5:54 PM
To: Gerstner, David <David.Gerstner@daytonohio.gov>
Subject: COVID-19 Webinar Recording and Slide Deck Available

 

The recording and side deck from today's webinar is now available.

 

EMS Focus

 

WEBINAR

What EMS and 911 Need to Know About COVID-19 Webinar - Materials Available

 


Thank you again for your interest in today's special edition of EMS Focus: What EMS, 911 and other public safety personnel need to know about COVID-19. Due to the overwhelming interest in the topic, registrant capacity was exceeded, which prevented everyone who wanted to view the webinar live from doing so. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and invite you to view the recorded version at the link below. 

The recording of today's webinar is now available on the Office of EMS YouTube channel, and the slide deck can be downloaded here

As information about COVID-19 is updating and evolving, we encourage you to sign up for the latest news and updates from the Office of EMS. 

 


About EMS Focus

EMS Focus provides a venue to discuss crucial initiatives, issues and challenges for EMS stakeholders and leaders nationwide. Be sure to visit ems.gov for information about upcoming webinars and to view past recordings.

 

Sign up to receive the latest news from the Office of EMS, including webinars, newsletters and industry updates.

 

Contact Us

1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
nhtsa.ems@dot.gov


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#GMVEMSC: FW: Changes in Trauma Center Status

 

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council congratulates Ft. Hamilton Hospital on their achievement!

 

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OHIO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Robert  L. Wagoner, Interim Executive Director

www.ems.ohio.gov

 

 

OHIO TRAUMA SYSTEM UPDATE

Please note the following important change within Ohio’s trauma system:

  • Kettering Health Network – Fort Hamilton Hospital achieved provisional status as a Level III Trauma Center as of 02/24/2020.

We appreciate your attention to this change and the efforts of those involved to help improve and strengthen the trauma care system in Ohio.

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: FW: Ohio EMS 2020-2021 Priority 2-5 RFP Opportunities

 

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OHIO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Robert L. Wagoner, Interim Executive Director

www.ems.ohio.gov

 

 

Priority 2-5 Trauma & EMS Research RFP opportunities!

 

The Ohio Division of EMS announces the following 2020-2021 Priority 2-5 Trauma & EMS Research RFP opportunities.

 

The submission deadline for all proposals is 5:00 p.m., April 1, 2020. For questions, please contact the Ohio Division of EMS grants administration at 800-233-0785.

 

 

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: Kettering Health Network - ESO HDE / TrackEMS Go-Live

Good morning,

 

Kettering Health Network will be going live with the ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE) on Tuesday, March 3rd at 0800. This will occur simultaneously at all twelve of our emergency departments. To keep things simple we have patterned our workflow from the ESO recommended best practices that are also in use at Premier Health facilities. EMS providers will receive a patient label which you can scan into the PCR using a handheld scanner in the EMS room or the camera on your documentation device. Those with an existing ESO Portal login will use those same credentials to see patient outcome data from transports to KHN facilities along with those from any other HDE participating hospital.

 

At the same time we will also go live with the ESO TrackEMS pre-hospital communication system. This is a powerful tool to transmit a patient report complete with photos and videos in a secure, privacy protected way. The best part - there is no cost for an agency to deploy and use TrackEMS! To learn more about this tool check out the following link:

https://www.eso.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/product-singlepager-alerting.pdf?utm_source=site+&utm_medium=site&utm_campaign=trackems

 

We are providing several opportunities where you can come test your PCR with the HDE workflow or get a demo of the TrackEMS system:

3/2/20, 1300-1400 – Soin Medical Center

3/2/20, 1430-1530 – Grandview Medical Center

3/2/20, 1600-1700 – Sycamore Medical Center

3/3/20, 0730-1000 – Kettering Medical Center

 

For more information about our integration with ESO please feel free to reach out to me using the contact info below.

 

Thanks,

Chris

 

Chris Vecchi, MPA, NRP, EMSI

Manager of Network Air and Ground Transportation
Kettering Health Network

1050 Forrer Blvd., Suite 110

Dayton, OH 45420
O: 937.762.5928

F: 937.522.7714

E: Chris.Vecchi@ketteringhealth.org

 


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#GMVEMSC: Slides for Surgenet MCI & OHTrac Training

Last month our region hosted a “train-the-trainer” program covering the Surgenet MCI page, Quarterly Triage Days, and OHTrac, among other things.  The slide deck for the program is now available for download.  You can find the slide deck on the GMVEMSC.org Training Resources page under “Surgenet / OHTrac Training”:   

http://gmvemsc.org/training.html   The slide deck will also be on GDAHA’s website.

 

BTW, you can download and use the PowerPoint presentation even if you didn’t attend the class!  The program covers regional mass casualty incident (MCI) communications systems to help your personnel be prepared for a real-world MCI.  There are answers to common questions about Triage Tags (and why we’re starting to refer to them as “Treatment Tags”), how it’s easier and more effective to use the Surgenet MCI page than a Transport Worksheet during an MCI, and why OHTrac is better, faster, and easier than using the Transport Officer Log. 

 

The training was put on by Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) and Dayton MMRS in concert with the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council and Miami Valley Fire/EMS Alliance Communications Committees, and was hosted by Kettering Health Network and Soin Medical Center. 

 

Download and start using the PowerPoint!

 

 


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#GMVEMSC Training: Slides for Surgenet MCI & OHTrac Training

Last month our region hosted a “train-the-trainer” program covering the Surgenet MCI page, Quarterly Triage Days, and OHTrac, among other things.  The slide deck for the program is now available for download.  You can find the slide deck on the GMVEMSC.org Training Resources page under “Surgenet / OHTrac Training”:   

http://gmvemsc.org/training.html   The slide deck will also be on GDAHA’s website.

 

BTW, you can download and use the PowerPoint presentation even if you didn’t attend the class!  The program covers regional mass casualty incident (MCI) communications systems to help your personnel be prepared for a real-world MCI.  There are answers to common questions about Triage Tags (and why we’re starting to refer to them as “Treatment Tags”), how it’s easier and more effective to use the Surgenet MCI page than a Transport Worksheet during an MCI, and why OHTrac is better, faster, and easier than using the Transport Officer Log. 

 

The training was put on by Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) and Dayton MMRS in concert with the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council and Miami Valley Fire/EMS Alliance Communications Committees, and was hosted by Kettering Health Network and Soin Medical Center. 

 

Download and start using the PowerPoint!

 

 


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#GMVEMSC: FW: LAST CHANCE TO SUBMIT - 2020 Star of Life Award Nominations

 

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OHIO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Robert L. Wagoner, Interim Executive Director

www.ems.ohio.gov

 

 

2020 EMS Star of Life Awards

Ohio’s EMS Providers,

The EMS Star of Life Awards were created by Ohio ACEP and the Ohio Division of EMS to recognize outstanding achievements and to honor those in Ohio’s EMS system whose accomplishments rise above the day-to-day excellence of that system. In 2020 Ohio ACEP and the Division of EMS will be joined by the State Board of Emergency Medical, Fire, and Transportation Services in presenting the awards. The program is scheduled for May 20, 2020. The 2020 EMS Star of Life Awards Nomination Packet is attached.

Award categories include:

- EMS Stars                                         

- EMS Provider of the Year                          

- EMS Agency of the Year    

- Frank Giampetro Distinguished EMS Educator

- EMS Medical Director of the Year

- Jack B. Liberator Lifetime Achievement Award

Please review the nomination packet and consider nominating appropriate individuals and/or an agency in one or more of the categories. The deadline for nomination submissions is February 21, 2020.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to honor and recognize the State of Ohio’s exceptional EMS providers! If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Division of EMS at (614) 466-9447 or (800) 233-0785.