On-Demand Webinar: Learn how EMS leaders vetted and selected their new ePCR
Finding the right ePCR to buy is no simple undertaking, here’s the advice you need to hear to invest in a platform with confidence
Sponsored by ESO
As technology becomes increasingly critical to EMS agencies, selecting the right ePCR system has a long-term impact on crews and communities. If only there was a how-to guide, with real-world examples, for this decision.
The good news is that now we have that helpful guide.
With EMS1’s expertise and insights, find the balance between cost, performance, compliance with state requirements and compliance with the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS). Hear from EMS leaders who have recently vetted and selected a new ePCR, including what questions they asked and how they built consensus within their teams. Together, we’ll help you make an informed decision on what to look for during the search process.
View the recording on how EMS leaders can find the right ePCR for their organization by filling out the form below.
In this free, on-demand webinar you’ll learn how to answer the following questions:
- What features or capabilities are most important to my agency?
- What are the steps to a thorough evaluation?
- What questions should I consider when evaluating vendors?
- How can I ensure that the vendor I partner with is keeping up with the changing landscape of healthcare?
Meet your speakers
Melody Morales, Program Manager for the johnson county ems system
Melody Morales is the medical director program manager for the Johnson County EMS System. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Melody has worked at various hospitals throughout the KC area in various departments including; the Emergency Department, Interventional radiology, and Quality Resources. In her current role, she manages the EMS System Quality Assurance/Continuous Quality Improvement Program. She monitors system clinical performance for nine fire departments and MED-ACT, the county ambulance service, through creating key performance indicators and outcome/performance measures, as well as maintaining clinical registries. She also works collaboratively with area hospital TCD coordinators in order to improve care continuity.
Brian Schoenig, Paramedic with the Johnson County Med-Act
Brian Schoenig is a St. Louis native and began his career as a paramedic with Johnson County Med-Act in February of 1996. He earned his Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Kansas in 2005. Brian coordinated the department’s ESO implementation in 2019, and soon after was promoted to the rank Division Chief. Med-Act is a 3rd service EMS agency serving Johnson County, Kansas, which is a suburb of Kansas City.