Whether it’s a routine call or a high-stakes patient encounter, EMTs and paramedics know that capturing accurate on scene data is critical for creating reliable charts. After all, accurate charts directly impact patient and billing outcomes. The problem is that the traditional method of writing impressions, interventions, medications and scene data on gloves, scraps of paper, or relying on memory can produce unreliable chart data.
Watch this ZOLL® Data Systems hosted webinar, “How Collecting Patient Data on Scene Improves Operational Outcomes,” where Captain Alex Knowlton with Schenectady Fire Dept will reveal how his team of paramedic-firefighters:
If you’re ready to say “goodbye” to taking hasty notes and relying on memory to complete charts, you must attend this webinar. Watch to learn how to optimize patient care, chart faster and with greater accuracy, and help accelerate claims reimbursement.
Presenter, Alex Knowlton, Captain, Schenectady Fire Department in Schenectady, NY, joined the department as a firefighter in 2010. He’s been an EMT for over 24 years, paramedic for 12 years, and serves as an EMS/ALS coordinator for the fire department.
Host, Steve Frye, Product Owner with ZOLL® Data Systems, joined ZOLL in June 2010 and previously served in progressive roles, including customer support representative, implementation specialist, and QA Engineer. He became a product manager in 2018 (ZOLL Respond) and is now product owner of ZOLL emsCharts NOW.