The Weakest Link: Using CPR Feedback to Improve Quality
Are you searching for an advanced solution to the most basic resuscitation concern?
During this webcast, John Freese, MD, will present the advantages of CPR feedback devices that capture data for quality control post-event review.
You’ll also learn:
- How to integrate CPR feedback devices into an EMS agency, including training and implementation.
- Real-world examples of what code reports look like and how they were used for quality improvement.
- Clinical studies that show how CPR feedback has improved patient outcomes.
| John Freese, MD
Dr. Freese is the director of prehospital research for Fire Department New York (FDNY), as well as being the principal investigator for NYC Project Hypothermia. He is also an attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.H.
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