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    • 24 Feb 2020
    • 1:00 PM
    • Free Webinar

    Introduction to
    High Performance / High Value Outcome Metrics

    from the AIMHI Benchmarking Survey
    Free Webinar | February 24 | 1:00pm ET
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    How good is your EMS system at achieving reliable outcomes for complying with a STEMI, Stroke or Trauma clinical bundle? 

    What is your average task time and how does it relate to an effective unit hour utilization? 

    Do you know your key financial metrics such as revenue and expense per unit hour, per call, and per transport? 

    AIMHI and FirstWatch are conducting a series of webinars that will provide insights into the clinical, operational and fiscal metrics that demonstrate how AIMHI member EMS systems achieve high performance/high value, and more importantly, keys to implementing quality and performance improvement methods in your system to possibly achieve comparable results.

    The first webinar in the series, “Introduction to High Performance/High Value Outcome Metrics from the AIMHI Benchmarking Survey” will be held on Monday, February 24th at 1p ET, 12n CT, 10a PT.  Your presenters will be:

    • Chip Decker, Richmond Ambulance Authority and President of AIMHI
    • Linda Frederiksen, Medic EMS, Davenport, Iowa
    • Matt Zavadsky, MedStar Mobile Healthcare

    AIMHI benchmarking studies perform a fundamental service to EMS leaders and local policy makers by providing information about the hallmarks of High Performance/High Value EMS (HPHVEMS) systems. AIMHI’s goal in releasing this information is to ensure the progress and growth EMS systems, and expand the reputation and efficiency of EMS nationally and internationally.

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    • 27 Jul 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:45 PM (PDT)
    • JW Marriott Desert Ridge | Phoenix

    Pinnacle EMS Conference Preconference Workshop

    How Do You Compare? Quality Metrics in the Age of ET3

    Speaker: Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA
    Learn more at https://pinnacle-ems.com/event/program!

    What if your largest payer announced today that your future funding will be based on certain quality measures? Well, it’s actually already happened. When its Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport (ET3) model goes live, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has indicated that participating ambulance services will be eligible for bonus payments based on quality. Some state Medicaid officials have also requested example quality measures that could be used for a supplemental payment program. And the Academy of International Mobile Healthcare Integration recently published clinical, operational and financial performance measures that have been shared with external stakeholders such as the International City/County Management Association, America’s Health Insurance Plans and the National Association of Counties.

    Want to know how your agency’s key performance metrics compares to some of industry’s highest performing EMS systems? Wondering how to evaluate and report key quality metrics for your system and benchmark your measures over time? This session will take a deep dive into the results of these performance measures and provide participants with tools to generate, track, report, evaluate and improve quality metrics in your organization – all in an effort to help you prove value to payers.

    As part of the session you will develop a custom take-home plan.

    You will learn:

    • Learn and understand the outcome measures for Key Performance Indicators from the AIMHI
    • How the key performance indicators in the AIMHI Benchmarking Report are generated and evaluated
    • How to trend KPIs over time and use short cycle process changes to improve performance
    • Strategies for leveraging measures to demonstrate and improve value
    • How to create customized practical improvement plan for your service and community
    • How to encourage and hold team members accountable for improved performance

    This seminar features leaders from some of the nation’s highest performing EMS systems. Facilitating the session will be Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, president of the National Association of EMTs and chief strategic integration officer for Fort Worth’s MedStar Mobile Healthcare, where he has helped implement numerous innovative partnerships with healthcare stakeholders and payers.

    This session is sponsored by the Academy of International Mobile Healthcare Integration.

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