EMS Best Practice #4: Improve Agency and Individual Performance with Rigorous Quality Assurance

EMS Dispatch & ePCR - Patient Care Reporting

Fortify your EMS operations with a QA review process that identifies procedural weaknesses in EMS dispatch, ePCR, and billing. EMS agencies continue to struggle to make ends meet. The cost of EMS patient care continues to rise, while ambulance reimbursement rates continue to disappoint. In addition, Federal and state regulations continue to multiply. When payers and regulators fail to see the immense value EMS brings to healthcare, economical solutions can be hard to find.

Topics: EMS Dispatch ePCR - Patient Care Reporting EMS Billing EMS Best Practices

Coffee: Common Grounds for EMS Billers and EMS Crew

EMS Cartoons & EMS Professionals

EMS billers and EMS crew members doing what it takes to be the all-stars they are! Sometimes it takes a little more than one cup of Joe.

Topics: EMS Professionals EMS Cartoons

Featured EMS Hero: Taniqua from Fayette EMS

EMS Videos & EMS Professionals

Hear from Taniqua who serves with Fayette EMS and uses AIM's EMS software. Her EMS agency is proud of her as she strives to be a role model for both her family and the community.

Topics: EMS Professionals EMS Videos

EMS Best Practice #3: Leverage ePCRs to Improve Care, Compliance, and Cash

ePCR - Patient Care Reporting & EMS Billing

ePCRs protect you and your patients, ensure care quality, enable improvement over time—and help you get paid. EMS agencies continue to struggle to make ends meet. The cost of EMS patient care continues to rise, while ambulance reimbursement rates continue to disappoint. In addition, Federal and state regulations continue to multiply. When payers and regulators fail to see the immense value EMS brings to healthcare, economical solutions can be hard to find.

Topics: ePCR - Patient Care Reporting EMS Billing EMS Best Practices

EMS Director Tackles Everyday EMS System Challenges

EMS Professionals

During its inaugural year in 1966, the Gouverneur Rescue Squad in St. Lawrence County provided the norm: Basic Life Support which operated with one ambulance.  Over a half of a century later, the small and secluded squad in Upstate New York provides Advanced Life Support, as well as basic life support, and the ambulance fleet has increased from one to four equipped Advanced Life Support ambulances 24/7.

Topics: EMS Professionals