2024 Annual Meeting Save the Date
This page contains information about the 2023 EMS Data Summit 2.0, a dynamic post-conference meeting that promises to be one of the highlights of the 2023 ONC Annual Meeting.
Scheduled for Friday, December 15, 2023, from 12:30 to 3:30 PM (ET), this meeting will bring together EMS data specialists and software vendors from across the nation, providing them with an exclusive opportunity to delve deep into the world of standardized emergency medical services (EMS) data.
Hosted at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., this event offers in-person and virtual attendance options, ensuring accessibility for all interested participants. Whether you join us on-site or remotely, the EMS Data Summit is your gateway to exploring lessons learned from the 2020 EMS Data Summit and driving progress in integrating EMS data with hospital electronic medical records (EMRs) and health information exchanges (HIEs).
Registration is absolutely FREE, so be part of an enlightening experience that promises to shape the future of EMS data integration. Click here to register the flyer below or scan the QR code to secure your spot, and don’t forget to make your hotel reservations at the Omni Shoreham Hotel for a great experience.
The NEMSIS TAC, in collaboration with NHTSA’s Office of EMS, has developed a resource to understand the scope and quantify the impact of motor vehicle crash-related (MVC) injuries that generate an EMS response.
The Post-Crash Care: EMS Response to MVC-Related Injuries report is provided to the public demonstrating a more complete picture of the characteristics of EMS response to MVC injuries.
Updated quarterly, this report includes current trends and graphs detailing overall MVC-specific response, severe injury, pedestrian, motorcycle, bicyclist, ejections, older adults, and comparisons between fatal, severe injury, and injury rates.
Please feel free to contact the TAC firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The NEMSIS Annual v3 Implementation Meeting was held on August 22nd – 24th, 2023.
Data Manager’s Forum Presentation Part 1
Data Manager’s Forum Presentation Part 2
Data Manager’s Forum Presentation Part 3
2023 Annual Meeting Invitation Letter
2023 Annual Meeting Agenda
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2023 Annual Meeting Save the Date Flyer
The NEMSIS TAC is pleased to announce the digital publication of the 2021 NEMSIS National EMS Data Report.
Gathered from the largest publicly available database of prehospital medical care in the United States, this report presents data collected during EMS activations across the nation. Check it out for national trends on response, patient care, medications, interventions, patient and system demographics, and more.
For more information or additional details, contact the TAC at email@example.com.
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting Day 1, 8-22-22
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting Day 2, 8-23-22
Powerpoint Presentations2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_21st Century Cures Act_Rachel Abbey
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Achieving and Maintaining Software Compliance
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Agency DEM File
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Common Definitions
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Data Standard Revision Cycle Discussion
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Introduction to Pathway to Production_Trevidi_Legler_Fourquet
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Rapid Fire Topics
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_UUID in Practice
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_v3.5 Support
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_PWW Legal Issues With PCR Data_Ryan Stark_
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_The Intelligence Cycle of EMS Data_Rob Lawrence
2022 NEMSIS Annual Meeting_Vendor Survey Outbrief
2022 Stakeholder Annual Meeting Invite Letter
2022 Annual Meeting Refund Policy
The NEMSIS Annual v3 Implementation Meeting will be held on August 21st – 23rd, 2022.
When the agenda is available, it will be posted here.
Annual Meeting Recordings:
Day 1, August 3, 2021
Day 2, August 4, 2021
Day 3, August 5, 2021
2021 Boot Camp Materials
The links below are provided for 2021 NEMSIS Boot Camp participants to download and use during the online meeting.
The following files are editable PDFs with the presenter’s PowerPoint slides and a space for taking notes:
Virtual BootCamp for State Data Managers Transitioning to v3.5
July 13th, 2021
Register here: https://2021nemsis-boot-camp.eventbrite.com
2021 NEMSIS v3 Implementation Meeting
August 3rd – 5th, 2021
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-nemsis-v3-annual-implementation-meeting-registration-149759515743
Download the dates announcement flyer here:
Download the Boot Camp flyer here:
Download the Annual Meeting Flyer here:
When registration links, a list of topics, and times for the events become available, they will be posted here.
The ET3 Model requires that Participants regularly submit data in addition to the Medicare claims information used as part of billing for ET3 Model interventions. NEMSIS standard electronic Patient Care Report (ePCR) data are an important and large component of ET3 Model data submissions.
NEMSIS standard ePCR data are a new quantitative data source for the ET3 Model and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) at the
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). However, the data source is very familiar to participating EMS ambulance suppliers and providers, and their supporting software vendors.
Thus, the main goal of this guide is to familiarize Participants and their supporting vendors with the submission of NEMSIS standard ePCR data into ET3 Model systems and confirmation that the ET3 Model has correctly received that data.
Download the ET3 Model Data Submission Guide from this link: https://nemsis.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ET3-Data-Submission-Guide_01.06.2021.pdf
Access more ET3 resources from this page: https://nemsis.org/using-ems-data/cms-et3-project/
The NEMSIS TAC has gathered documentation, a video Q&A, and visual charts to help answer the most frequently asked questions about The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s (Innovation Center) Emergency Triage, Treat, and Transport (ET3) Model in one place.
Access the resources from this link: https://nemsis.org/using-ems-data/cms-et3-project/
The decision to revise the National EMS Data Standard is initiated by the need to update the standard to accurately reflect changes in EMS service and care. Abundant consideration is given to the consequences a revision has on clinicians, EMS agencies, States, Territories, and EMS Software Vendors.
Significant collaboration among many different stakeholder groups is required to warrant the need for a revision, and then to ensure the practicality and usefulness of the proposed changes. The process, on average, is a four-year cycle of collaboration and balloting potential revisions including proposal collection, review, posting, and implementation of a new data standard.
Click here to find out more about the process of developing a revision to the NEMSIS Data Standard. https://nemsis.org/v3-5-0-revision/
Information includes how decisions are made including the extensive collaboration that take place to fine-tune the data standard for completeness, efficiency, and ease of use for the field clinicians.
To view a timeline of the versioning process, click here: https://nemsis.org/v3-5-0-revision/when-will-changes-take-place/