Ensuring you get the right resource to the right patient at the right time is a challenge everyone faces in EMS today. During this webinar, we will show you how everyone can use their internal data to drive operational response plan changes to meet your system’s needs. MCHD has developed a ‘Potentially Life-Saving Interventions’ dataset and uses it to maximize our resources while also ensuring the safety of our providers and patients. This presentation will cover how we use this data to reduce lights and sirens responses and safely tier our response plans.
About the Presenter
Assistant Chief of EMS, Montgomery County Hospital District (TX)
James Seek is the Assistant Chief of EMS for Montgomery County Hospital District. James has provided oversight and maintenance of the clinical practice for MCHD’s prehospital providers for 3 years using a data-driven approach to ensure MCHD’s high standards are met. James’s passion is creating efficiency through technology and data analysis that benefit all stakeholders.
James also holds a passion for creating a culture of mentorship and collaboration between field staff and EMS Administrative team. James holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and a Master’s of Business Administration from Texas A&M – Corpus Christi.