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2019 NTDB Definitions Ready in ImageTrend Patient Registry

LAKEVILLE, MINN. – ImageTrend, Inc. announced the latest NTDB Data Dictionary for 2019 Admissions has been incorporated into Patient Registry. The 2019 updates were available on the 1st of January. The timeliness of these updates allows hospitals to maintain concurrent documentation of their trauma patients. With these updates, trauma centers are able to collect and export information that matches the standards published by the American College of Surgeons, National Trauma Data Bank. The 2019 updates in Patient Registry include the collection of distinct Hospital Events and Preexisting Conditions to match the new standards.

“Our clients are providing an incredible level of care to their trauma patients. Having the 2019 NTDB changes available at the start of the year increases the efficiency of the program,” commented Michael Patock, Vice President of Product Management at ImageTrend. “This efficiency gives the team more time to put their trauma registry data to work in PIPS and research projects that are intended to further improve the care of the trauma patient.”

ImageTrend is committed to remaining compliant with the national standard set forth by the American College of Surgeons, and never shares registry data without explicit permission from the client.

About ImageTrend, Inc. (www.ImageTrend.com) ImageTrend, Inc. is dedicated to connecting life’s most important data in the healthcare and emergency response community. ImageTrend delivers software solutions, data analytics and services for EMS, hospitals, community paramedicine (CP), critical care, fire, and preparedness to enable fully integrated patient-centric healthcare and public safety. ImageTrend’s commitment to innovation, its clients, and providing world-class implementation and support is unsurpassed. Based in Lakeville, Minn., ImageTrend combines business analysis, creative design and data driven architecture to offer scalable solutions and strategies for today and the future.