2018 Member Benchmarking Report Released!
AIMHI benchmarking studies perform a fundamental service to EMS leaders and local policy makers by providing tools through which they can learn about the successes of High Performance/High Value EMS (HPHVEMS), systems. AIMHI’s goal in releasing this information is to ensure the progress and growth of the HPHVEMS model, and expand the reputation and efficiency of EMS nationally and internationally.
This survey highlights the clinical, operational and financial process and outcome statistics of the nation’s HPHVMS systems. The data contained in this report demonstrates excellent clinical outcomes and proficiency, outstanding operational effectiveness and exceptional financial efficiency.
This is the report you want to read if you want to know how your urban or suburban EMS system compares to these systems on key measures such as response time reliability, cardiac arrest survival, cost per unit hour, cost and revenue per transport, and reliance on local tax subsidy.
Since the first study in 1998, AIMHI has developed valuable evidenced-based studies to share clinical, response-time, and economic data across EMS systems serving diverse geographic and demographic communities. Our ultimate goal is to provide policy makers and EMS leaders with tools, data, and outcomes that demonstrate the value that a HPHVEMS and mobile healthcare system design can bring to stakeholders as a key component of the healthcare continuum.
In the months to come, AIMHI will publish a series of “High Value Briefs” illustrating the specific outcomes and measures highlighting examples of the performance you can achieve, and should expect from your EMS system.