Webcasts

Training

This event was recorded March 26, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Beginning in 2015, Advanced Medical Transport (AMT) embarked on a journey to improve outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest. Little did we know how significant this journey would become for both the citizens we service as well as our care providers. This session will take you through the step by step process of implementing change, including CPR feedback and IPR therapy. This webcast will highlight how AMT uses post case analysis and data review to drive Quality Improvement, training and education for field providers in the Peoria area. Ultimately, we will share with you the impressive results that are being seen in Peoria every day, which rival some of the best in the country. 

Please join us for this webcast sponosred by ZOLL Medical.

Documentation & Patient Care Reporting

This event was recorded February 27, 2019 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Join Drs. Brent Myers and Remle Crowe for an exclusive overview and analysis of the 2019 ESO EMS Index in this one-hour live webcast. Review the five standing metrics from the Index and be introduced to two new metrics with interesting findings: flu impressions and opioid overdoses. You’ll gain an understanding of national performance and actions your agency can take to improve health and safety in your community. Live webcast attendees will receive continuing education credit; all registrants will receive a PDF copy of the webcast.

Please join us for this event sponsored by ESO.

Trauma

This event was recorded LIVE at EMS Today, February 21, 2018 and is now available for on demand viewing.

As medical providers embedded within the fabric of a community, EMS is uniquely situated to help identify and prevent public health problems and other safety issues. In this session, you'll learn how three EMS agencies have partnered with other state and local services and systems to drive the implementation of cutting-edge, forward-thinking approaches to national problems within their community. Each of these agencies identified a need and worked to obtain the required funds and operational support, and as a result, have been a significant force of positive change. 

Please join us for this event sponsored by Bound Tree Medical.