A Minimalist Guide to Quality Improvement: Utilizing Data to Drive Progress

Recorded April 11, 2024
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Webinar Description

Take your data to the next level and join us as we dive into the pivotal role of NEMSQA measures and the NEMSIS public dashboard in improving EMS documentation. We’ll explore the fundamentals of building documentation focused on essential elements while eliminating irrelevant information.

Through practical insights into forming collaborative teams, understanding existing documentation systems, and implementing systematic changes, attendees will learn how to enhance documentation quality and drive performance improvement initiatives.

Several report examples will be shared, including documentation elements to include, how to compile the report and represent the data. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into optimizing EMS documentation practices and leveraging data for continuous improvement.

About the Presenter

Kerby Johnson, BS, LP

Kerby Johnson, BS, LP

Clinical Quality Research Coordinator, Office of the Medical Director and MAEMSA

Kerby Johnson is the Clinical Quality Research Coordinator for the Office of the Medical Director and the Metropolitan Area EMS Authority (MAEMSA) in Fort Worth, Texas. A paramedic with over 12 years of experience in EMS, Kerby has been instrumental in developing the current Clinical Quality Improvement program at MAEMSA and its fifteen participating municipalities and first-responder organizations. Her special interest is in using quantitative analytic tools to evaluate individual and system clinical performance data while performing research and improving clinical care and patient outcomes using the Model for Improvement.

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