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2005 JEMS 200 City Survey

Because no two EMS systems are exactly alike, how do EMS leaders compare their operational choices with those of others across the country? Where can city officials go to learn about the trends affecting EMS systems? For almost a quarter-century, the answer has been right here at JEMS.

Posted Wednesday, February 1, 2006

2004 JEMS 200 City Survey

What's the most common shift schedule? What percentage of calls are at the ALS level? Is CPAP becoming more common? What is the annual collections percentage for an emergency transport agency? For the answers to these questions, look no further.

Posted Tuesday, February 1, 2005

2003 JEMS 200-City Survey

Every year, JEMS surveys EMS organizations in the 200 most populous U.S. cities. The 2003 200-City Survey offers greater detail in operational and functional variances among EMS agencies across the nation.

Posted Sunday, February 1, 2004

2002 JEMS 200 City Survey

Understanding current and prospective trends within the EMS profession and the reasons they're evolving is important to ensure the development and prosperity of our individual organizations. Read this survey to compare trends in 2002 with today's professional atmosphere.

Posted Saturday, February 1, 2003

2002 JEMS Salary Survey

What's the current salary and benefit status of the average EMS provider in the nation? What regions of the country provide better pay? And is a salary increase the greatest incentive for EMS providers? Find the answers to these and other important questions in this EMS salary and workplace survey.

Posted Tuesday, October 1, 2002

2001 JEMS 200 City Survey

Following the events of Sept. 11, many EMS managers have had little time to devote to the next major challenge facing EMS: implementation of the Medicare fee schedule. However, it's obvious from this year's survey of EMS organizations in America's 200 most populous cities that they are preparing for the fee schedule's impact.

Posted Friday, February 1, 2002

2001 JEMS Salary Survey

Are you happy in your current position? Do you feel your pay is commensurate with your experience? Ever wonder if there's pay parity between the men and women of EMS? Read the 2001 Salary Survey and see where you stand.

Posted Monday, October 1, 2001


 

 

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