According to the national average, 30% of calls to 911 are medical emergencies. While it's important to take 911 calls seriously, responding to every request, with ALS resource regardless of acuity, could be challenging for your EMS system.
Many emergency services are overwhelmed by an influx of calls that stretch resources to the point of system collapse. If your department is one of those, there are ways to help you implement new EMS solutions that help when your department is...
- Dealing with a high call demand
- Too restrictive with call triage protocols to utilize alternative resources for 911 response
- Antiquated deployment strategies
- Facing fiscal challenges
Alternative response models, 911 emergency call triage techniques and dispatch systems can make your emergency medical system more productive, which in turn will help you reach more patients with the right level of care. Learn more by calling 833-799-1234.
Streamlining the triage and dispatch process so dispatchers can better assess the situation and offer alternative options for low-acuity patients which ensure patients receive the right type of care. Then, a 911 triage system can order the right type of medical transportation for the caller as needed. This will allow your team more time to respond to more urgent calls.