With the COVID-19 pandemic still top of mind, everyone can use some assistance to streamline operations. In this complimentary webinar, "Tracking EMS COVID-19 Exposures using HL7 Data,” we discuss how data can help establish procedures around infectious disease outbreaks. Watch as we go over how to monitor data day-to-day or hour-to-day and provide insight into contact tracing at the provider level. By employing this technology, you will be able to capture near real-time notifications and reporting of positive COVID-19 diagnoses.
Register for this webinar to learn:
How combined data exchange between ePCRs and EMRs allows involved providers to better prepare for COVID-19 patients.
How to track personal protective equipment (PPE) usage for replenishment.
Where and when patients come from for community outreach.
To learn more about tracking EMS COVID-19 exposures using HL7 data, watch the recording now.
Mario Sanchez is Product Manager for ZOLL Care Exchange, providing integration between EMS PCRs and hospital EMRs. Mario has managed business integration and healthcare software products for over 20 years, for organizations including UnitedHealth Group, LabCorp, and ThermoFisher Scientific and currently ZOLL Data Systems.
Greg has worked in public safety for nearly 20 years in private, public, municipal, and the air medical industry. His experience includes teaching paramedic courses, being a National Registry evaluator, business development for a large air medical service. Greg has grown emsCharts from a handful of EMS agencies to over 3,000 ranging rural fire departments, county/governmental agencies, multi-state corporations, and high-performance agencies doing 250,000+ EMS calls/year. He's performed project management for state contracts and coordinated high-level implementation processes for systems with large integrations. Greg’s brings extensive knowledge of public safety, the paramedic mindset, customer focus, and problem-solving abilities help customers achieve their goals. Currently, Greg represents the ZOLL Care Exchange hospital interoperability product on a national level connecting EMS agencies with hospitals and health systems.