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Implementation and Future Development of the Patient and Supply Tracking System. Brian Fletcher, MSN MHA, RN. Vision. During disasters and emergency incidents P atient Tracking P ersonnel Tracking E quipment & Inventory Tracking P rovide Situational Awareness

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implementation and future development of the patient and supply tracking system

Implementation and FutureDevelopment of the Patient andSupply Tracking System

Brian Fletcher, MSN MHA, RN

vision
Vision

During disasters and emergency incidents

Patient Tracking

Personnel Tracking

Equipment & Inventory Tracking

Provide Situational Awareness

Reunite Patients and Families

current users in south carolina
Current Users in South Carolina

Hospitals

Agencies

Berkeley County EMS

Charleston County EMS

Dorchester County EMS

Meducare Ground

Roper LifeLink

DHEC LowCountry

Charleston County Coroner’s Office*

  • MUSC Medical Center
  • Roper Hospital
  • St Francis
  • Mt. Pleasant Hospital
  • East Cooper Hospital
  • Trident Hospital
  • Summerville Medical Center
  • Roper Berkeley
  • Trident Moncks Corner
  • Beaufort Memorial*
  • Hilton Head*
  • Orangeburg Regional*
  • Colleton Hospital*

* Discussing implementation

not just for disasters not just for nurses for everyday use
NOT JUST FOR DISASTERSNOT JUST FOR NURSESFOR EVERYDAY USE

Exercises

Special Events

Mass Gathering Medical Support

Mass Vaccination

Annual Flu Shot Tracking

Flu Shot Vaccine Tracking

Mass Prophylaxis Incident

Disaster Equipment Tracking

Disaster Supply Tracking

Weekly System Triage Day/Night

Triage Education

the technology
The Technology
  • Same technology used by UPS, FedEx, USPS
  • Apply barcoded tag
  • Scan barcoded tag
  • Enter Triage Category and/or other information
  • Update location as patient moves
reuniting victims and families
Reuniting Victims and Families

“As a nation, we can do better than pictures on a fence”

~ Tom Lockwood, Dept. of Homeland Security

9 11 commission report
9/11 Commission Report
  • Reduce burden on hospital staff
  • Reduce burden on phone system
  • Improve family notification
  • Improve patient tracking
where to from here
Where to From Here?
  • Interoperable Patient Tracking System Statewide
  • Includes EMS Systems, Hospitals, Urgent Care, Public Health, Nursing Care Facilities, Shelters, Pods
  • Find other uses for this system
    • Area entry tracking
    • Interfaces with current system technologies
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • IT Folks have to be at the table – not an after thought
  • System must be used regularly
  • HIPPA policy considerations
  • People other than medical should be trained
  • Deployment policy made by coalition
  • Don’t forget about the paper back up
thank you
Thank You

Hmmm. I wonder…