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ImageTrend understands Kern County’s need for compliance and reporting through automation and is California EMS Information System (CEMSIS) compliant. ImageTrend is also compliant with HIPAA, federal, state, local, county, local regulatory and reporting requirements.
Learn about ImageTrend and hear from a few of our clients.
Video message from CEO, Mike McBrady.
How are the patient’s healthcare record, EMS incident and the fire incident connected?
Client Testimonials Video.
ImageTrend’s License Management Solution (LMS)
ImageTrend is more than an EMS & Fire documentation. Elite has countless capabilities – including the ability to connect with our LMS which provides value to Kern County through:
» Improved data quality with optional features, including integration to the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) to validate licensee credentials: a critical element in the licensing of EMT’s and Paramedics,
» More efficient licensing through unique features, including integrations to external systems, streamlining data validation, data capture and data extractions, and
» Exceptional data reporting capabilities through an integrated report writer.
We understand the importance of a flexible and configurable platform that combines fire RMS capabilities with ePCR in a single solution. Elite Rescue is a single solution powerful enough to assist Kern County in countless efforts.
Elite Field is just that – Elite, in the field. Using the highly flexible forms manager of Elite, Kern County can create forms best suited to your crew’s workflow. When internet is spotty or unavailable, Elite Field won’t slow you down. Records can be synched once internet connection is restored.
- Allow users to complete the PCR on the mobile device chosen by Kern County (Apple, Android or Windows).
- Sync process guarantees the latest configuration changes are brought down to the mobile device; this sync process occurs upon login every time the field device is utilized.
- Repeat Patient lookup can be used with or without an internet connection depending on your desired workflow.
Above are examples of Elite on different mobile devices.
Elite’s CQI module
Elite comes fully equipped with a Continued Quality Improvement (CQI) module designed to allow Kern County to build limitless review categories for incidents meeting category criteria to flow into and be reviewed by users assigned to their specific review bucket, and so much more.
Watch the video on CQI capabilities.
“It’s been refreshing to change from a previous vendor to something that is innovative… they [ImageTrend] take your feedback, they’re willing to make it better. I mean that’s awesome. Then the fact that you can access it on any device. The fact that you can automate the reports. You can customize it – that’s why you go with this product. It works. It’s the standard. It’s the gold standard…for fire based agencies.”
Continuum is a near real-time data monitoring platform. With Continuum, Kern County will :
Get information where and how you want it without having to build reports.
Send alerts and notifications to the people who need it most.
Create dashboards and playlists that can be published to internal or publically facing websites.
Watch a video overview of Continuum.
Example of Continuum dashboard and mobile alerting capabilities.
Watch how Monitors and Alerting work in Continuum.
Report Writer empowers Kern County administrators and data managers to gauge key performance indicators and monitor QA/QI factors. Report Writer is unrivaled in the industry, and includes standard and easy-to-use ad hoc reports.
An advanced visual analysis and reporting system that facilitates the transformation of data to information to new insights. Delve deeper into your data and discover new correlations or trends.
Being aware of what your data is telling you can make a substantial difference within Kern County community. With Continuum, you get the information where and how you want it without having to build reports.
Elite Community Health™
Elite Community Health supports community health initiatives to provide a patient-centric solution designed for the needs of your community.
Health Information Hub™ (HIH)
Bi-directional healthcare data with hospitals for outcome data in the ePCR, HIEs for patient lookup and other endpoints for patient-centric care.
Critical Care module
Combine ePCR and critical care capabilities into one powerful application. Designed for speed and accuracy, you are able to quickly generate complete, real-time electronic critical care and patient care reports in the field.
All ImageTrend products are seamlessly connected as one integrated solution.
Other companies we integrate with, for example, are Handtevy, Telestaff and Tyler New World (CAD).
“ImageTrend has been a valuable partner…based on their platform, product, customer service and innovative approach to integration within our systems, we would make the same decision again to partner with ImageTrend.”
A mobile app designed for first responders.
EMS | FIRE | POLICE | MILITARY
A free app to download and use.
Watch the video.
As an organization.
Specific CrewCare research for the County of Kern is available for insight into your organization’s stressors to provide more information, tailored resources and to help spur positive change.
Health of Our Emergency Responders: A CrewCare Report
The report is comprised of anonymous aggregate stress-related data collected from the CrewCare mobile App. The goal of this report is to provide insight about life stressors and associated factors related to careers, physical health, support, sleep, mental health, and burnout within the first responder community.
Of the many insights found within this 2018-2019 report, some of the more shocking results included 72% of respondents had scores indicative of burnout, almost two-thirds of respondents work more than 1 job, and 93% have encountered a mentally difficult call with 36% of respondents still struggling with that call.
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About our Clinical and Research Services Team
Combining research and industry knowledge, this team examines trends, benchmarking
and correlated data to help improve organizational goals.
Morgan K. Anderson, Epidemiologist
JEMS EMS10 Innovator (2018)
Morgan joined the ImageTrend team in January 2017. She graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2011 with a Master’s degree in Public Health with an emphasis in epidemiology. Prior to coming to ImageTrend, Morgan spent 5 years with the Army Public Health Center as an Injury Prevention Epidemiologist. In addition to working with clients, she plays a key role in refining ImageTrend’s Active Data Monitoring™, further expanding the monitors and topical content available for Continuum®, and publishing findings for scientific advancement. Her most recent work includes developing the content and managing the data collected for CrewCare, a mental health awareness mobile app for first responders. Morgan has research published in American Journal of Preventative Medicine, The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Public Health, Military Medicine, and others.
Douglas G. Butler Jr, Clinical Specialist
Douglas Butler Jr. began his EMS career in 2003 and has worked throughout the State of California. He has filled many roles including EMT, Paramedic, FTO/Paramedic Preceptor, EMD/EFD Certified 9-1-1 Dispatcher, EMS Educator, Regional Faculty (AHA) and Clinical Manager.
As a Clinical Manager for AMR, Doug discovered his passion for data and quality improvement which led to his position as Data Systems Manager for Coastal Valleys EMS Agency, a multi-county EMS regulatory entity. He is currently a Clinical Specialist for ImageTrend.
Doug has implemented multiple ImageTrend platforms for CVEMSA and served as data consultant for REACH Air Medical’s ImageTrend system. Doug is a second generation paramedic and when not working is often camping with his dog Medic.
His most recent work includes new topical content for Continuum with a particular focus on clinical, operational and performance measures.
IN ADDITION, IMAGETREND OFFERS:
Annual Connect Users Conference
Our annual ImageTrend Connect Conference, held in July at the St. Paul River Centre, brings together clients from across the country to network, share knowledge, socialize and learn!
ImageTrend University provides a library of resources to all clients with support agreements, including educational videos, manuals, quick guides and help documents for all ImageTrend products. The resources have been very useful as both refresher and initial education materials.
Education & Training
Including free on-site training sessions, free webinars and our ImageTrend University which is accessible at all times through the product application. Learn more by clicking above.