How often do you hire a medic for their charting skills? Charting is not typically a pre-requisite skill, but it’s definitely a necessary one – and one that provides the majority of data we need for operational and clinical improvements. Join Fishel Erps, Executive Director and Chief of EMS for Chevra Hatzolah of Middlesex County, as he discusses the ins and outs of documentation and how to take the pain out of charting for your providers.
About the Presenter
Executive Director, Chief of EMS - Chevra Hatzolah of Middlesex CountyFishel Erps is the Executive Director and Chief of EMS for Chevra Hatzolah of Middlesex County, a volunteer-based EMS service he started in 2014. Chief Erps has been an EMT since 1994 and a paramedic since 2004. He currently volunteers in both New York and New Jersey, and has been a paid paramedic in New Jersey for the past five years. Chief Erps also has a career as Senior Network Engineer and has worked in IT for more than 20 years. He holds a B.S. in Mathematics/Computer Science, and has achieved his AEMT-P, MICU, and NRP medic certifications.