Doug Butler, Jr. and Morgan Anderson explore the data collection and reporting opportunities for your agency to understand its at-risk populations, including homeless, mental health, and geriatric patients. These vulnerable populations have significant impact not only to EMS services, but to the entire healthcare and public health ecosystems. Explore documentation opportunities for at-risk populations and how this information can be used to help EMS services, public health departments and other stakeholders.
About the Presenters
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 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 Butler, Jr.
Director of Clinical Services, ImageTrend
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 the Director of Clinical Services 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.
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