As EMS agencies and other medical first-responders continue to respond to COVID-19, they are looking for ways to document transports, caseloads, possible crew exposures and PPE usage. Join ZOLL Data on June 9th at 1 PM EDT/10 AM PDT, as we speak with Cleveland EMS in an informational webinar. Cleveland EMS will go over its implementation of various COVID-19 codes in Rescuenet ePCR and will showcase the custom reports, charts and dashboards they created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this webinar, attendees will learn:
Following the webinar, the Cleveland EMS team will be available for a Q&A.
Darlene Forney is the Customer Onboarding Report Analyst at ZOLL and has over 15 years of RescueNet Reporting experience under her belt. Darlene was a certified Emergency Medical Dispatch with the National Academies of Emergency Dispatch for 20 years.
Aaron Bray has worked for the City of Cleveland, Division of EMS for 14 years and is a Paramedic, Field Training Officer, and Sergeant. For the past 2 years, he has worked as an Information Technology Officer. He is responsible for compiling COVID-19 related data for the Division and providing reports for upper command. Prior to moving into IT, Aaron was the Division’s Infection Control/Safety Officer for 4 years.
James Sekerak, RN, has been Clinical Quality Care Manager for Division of EMS since May 2015. He is also Compliance and Privacy Officer for Division of EMS. Mr. Sekerak’s previous experience includes Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Transport, Intensive Care, Cardiac and Electrophysiology Lab.
Sgt Chris Cummings has worked for the Cleveland Emergency Medical service for over 27 years. He was promoted to Sgt of Information Technology over 12 years ago and implemented Cleveland EMS's first electronic patient care reporting software in 2009 (Pinpoint Technologies). One of his final goals is to have an HIE (health Information Exchange) with all of Cleveland's area hospitals.