Within patient care reports (PCRs), data validation is crucial for ensuring the accuracy, reliability, and integrity of the information entered by clinicians, serving as a safeguard against errors and inconsistencies. Whether you’re a new or seasoned user of ZOLL® emsCharts®, join us for our upcoming webinar, “Understanding Data Validations With ZOLL emsCharts To Enhance Your PCRs,” to learn how a robust data validation process is essential for creating reliable and trustworthy PCRs.
Attendees will learn:
Our experts will teach you how data validation can play a vital role in maintaining data integrity, ensuring timely billing, and complying with regulatory and clinical standards. By implementing data validation, administrators can verify that the data entered in a PCR meets predefined criteria, which not only elevates the overall quality of the PCR, but also contributes to a better user experience.
Make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about data validation to improve your PCRs.
Date: Thursday, March 14, 2024
Time: 1pm ET | 10am PT
Who Should Attend: New and seasoned users of ZOLL emsCharts
Chuck McSweeney boasts over 35 years of experience in emergency medical services (EMS), serving as a flight paramedic, agency chief, and consultant. With an impressive background, Chuck possesses extensive clinical knowledge, hands-on experience, and is a published author that has been awarded a Class E Award and Meritorious Service Award. As a dedicated subject matter expert in clinical patient care, his primary mission is to enhance the quality of patient care through continuous improvement processes. Chuck holds a Master of Science in Public Health, a Bachelor of Science in EMS Management, and certifications including a Certified Public Manager and a Certificated Medical Transport Executive.
Jason Bartholomai is a Clinical Patient Care Consultant at ZOLL Data Systems, where he has helped coordinate implementations for more than 1,500 customers and ensured that customers are utilizing ZOLL emsCharts to its fullest capacity. Jason began his EMS industry career in 1998 as an EMT volunteer and has worked his way through the ranks, becoming a Pennsylvania paramedic and maintaining active NREMT paramedic status. He served as volunteer treasurer and lieutenant of a community fire department and is currently serving as EMA coordinator for the community and currently president of Dunbar Borough Council. Jason’s background includes being a National Registry Representative, evaluator, state EMS certification examination coordinator, and teacher for paramedic and EMT courses. Jason has a master’s degree in Business Administration from Waynesburg University and an undergraduate degree in emergency medicine from the University of Pittsburgh.