We understand your objectives, current challenges and the importance of a flexible and configurable platform for ease-of-use, efficiency, increased accuracy and interoperability, and Elite is the single solution powerful enough to help you.
Elite Field is just that – Elite, in the field. Using the highly flexible forms manager of Elite, you 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 multiple mobile devices (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.
Elite EMS is a full-featured ePCR system built from the ground up, to work on any device.
Elite’s CQI module
Elite comes fully equipped with a Continued Quality Improvement (CQI) module designed to allow you 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.
KEY FEATURES IN ELITE
Fluid, Configurable Forms
Centralized Data Collection Settings
More Complete Data with Validation
Integrate with other data systems, including CAD and staffing/scheduling solutions, to improve data accuracy and save time by avoiding duplicate data entry. ImageTrend has experience integrating major scheduling solutions and major CAD vendors.
ImageTrend Aware is a free mobile app designed to connect ImageTrend solutions in a single platform for you to manage your professional and personal life. This easy-to-use app allows you to access information from multiple ImageTrend products, such as ImageTrend Elite™ and ImageTrend License Management™ in one integrated solution, even if you work with multiple agencies.
Be in the know. Be Aware.
Annual CrewCare Reports
The annual CrewCare reports comprised of anonymous aggregate stress-related data collected from the CrewCare mobile app. The goal of these reports 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.
The third volume of the Health of Our Emergency Responders report was released in July 2021. When you request this report, you will also receive a link to the first and second volumes of the report (released in 2019 and 2020) as reference.
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ImageTrend Collaborate™ is a research and analysis program developed by ImageTrend that is dedicated to the enhancement of healthcare and public safety industries. Collaborate provides insights and a higher-level awareness through industry-leading research. Collaborate utilizes a vast set of de-identified data sources including clinical, operational, licensing/credentialing, system of care registries and patient outcomes.
IMAGETREND COLLABORATE REPORT VOLUME 1
The Collaborate Report is a three year (2018 – 2020) retrospective analyses that encompasses over 17 million prehospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) incidents across the nation. This report spans various themes including COVID-19, traffic-related, behavioral health, alcohol and suspected drug use, pediatric patients and more.
COLLABORATE QUICK FACTS REPORT: LIGHTS AND SIRENS USAGE ACROSS THE NATION
The Collaborate Quick Facts are designed to provide rapid insights and awareness of key topics that relates to patient care, crew safety and operations management in the prehospital setting. These reports are supplemental information to inspire departments and others in the industry to evaluate their own data and how they compare against national data trends.
Lights and Sirens utilization in the prehospital setting can be one of the most dangerous actions taken during an incident not only to the responding crew, but also to the communities they service. The usage of lights and sirens has a purpose, but the data suggests that the industry over utilizes these modes. National organizations, such as National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA), have established quality measures to monitor the usage and the adoption of dispatch triage systems continue to bring awareness and ensure appropriate response modes based upon patient condition.
The usage of Lights and Sirens in the prehospital setting is made up of two components, Response Mode to Scene (eResponse.24) and Transport Mode from the Scene (eDisposition.18).¹ In this report we look at a variety of data points that focus specifically on the utilization of Lights and Sirens across the nation. A sampling of over 26 million records from 2017 to June 2021 were used in this report.
IMAGETREND EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS
Annual Connect Users Conference
Our annual ImageTrend Connect Conference, held in July each year, brings together clients from across the country to network, share knowledge, socialize and learn!
ImageTrend Help / University
ImageTrend Help / 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.
Including free on-site training sessions, free webinars and our ImageTrend Help / University, which is accessible at all times through the product application. Learn more by clicking above.
Video message from CEO, Mike McBrady.
How are the patient’s healthcare record, EMS incident and the fire incident connected?
Client testimonials video.