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accreditation ems research what s in it for my ems agency

Accreditation & EMS ResearchWhat’s In It For My EMS Agency?

Kenneth J. Sternig

Ms-EHS, BSN, EMTP

Program Director

Milwaukee County EMS

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What Is The Biggest Resource Of Any EMS Agency?

What Are Definitive Ways EMS Can /Should Validate Our Impact In Health Care?

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would you seek services from
Would You Seek Services From ….?
  • A physician who graduated from medical school without an accreditation ?
  • A hospital that did not receive accreditation?
  • Allied health providers who graduated from schools without accreditation?

Why should we ask anything different from EMS education institutions???????

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what can the profession of ems do to assure our profession professional growth
What Can The Profession of EMS Do To Assure Our Profession & Professional Growth?

Prove through scientific discovery that what we do has a positive impact on patients

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accreditation research lecture
Accreditation & Research Lecture

Intent of presentation: Open discussion on how accreditation and research can have a positive impact on EMS agencies

Goal: Expose participants the issues surrounding these topics

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accreditation
Accreditation
  • Definition: (accreditation assoc. for ambulatory health care)

“Accreditation is a voluntary process through which an ambulatory health care organization is able to measure the quality of its services and performance against nationally recognized standards.”

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accreditation1
Accreditation
  • Definition: (CoAEMSP)

Accreditation is an effort to assess the quality of

institutions, programs and services, measuring

them against agreed-upon standards and

thereby assuring that they meet those standards.

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accreditation2
Accreditation
  • What does accreditation mean for an EMS organization?
    • Addresses risk management issues
    • Employers know the quality of their applicants
    • Allows EMS agencies to be part of the quality education process through field training

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accreditations in ems
Accreditations In EMS
  • Local
    • Nevada, Kansas City, Louisiana
  • State (requirement for licensure)
    • Missouri, Texas, Iowa, North Carolina
    • Does not replace State’s responsibilities related to certifying EMS education institutions
  • Federal
    • NREMT requirement

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accreditations in ems1
Accreditations In EMS
  • Organizations:
    • CAAS (Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services)
    • CPSE (Center for Public Safety Excellence)
      • CFAI (Commission on Fire Accreditation International)
    • CoAEMSP (Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the EMS Professions)
    • CECBEMS (Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services)

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what does accreditation do for an organization
What Does Accreditation Do For An Organization?
  • Provides a level of quality in regards to staff
  • Helps to assure qualified candidates apply
  • Builds a foundation for high performance expectations
  • Further supports a corporate culture of providing quality care

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so what s the big need
So What’s The Big Need?
  • NREMT 2013 deadline
  • Why did the NREMT make this decision?
  • “Who is the NREMT to make this claim?”
  • NHTSA agenda for the future
  • EMS Education agenda for the future
  • Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends a single accreditation agency

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accreditation for ems education
Accreditation For EMS Education
  • EMS education is one of the only allied health education specialties not to require accreditation
  • Will help stabilize EMS education as a respected educational experience

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accreditation standards
Accreditation Standards
  • Often written in general terms
    • Often comprehensive/yet flexible in meeting outcomes
    • Often invite feedback from participants regarding the ability to meet and appropriateness of the standards
    • Often create an interactive environment between accrediting agency and those seeking approval

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value of accreditation
Value of Accreditation
  • Requires heavy lifting on the front-end
  • Development and application of processes within an organization
  • Requires repeated drill-down within an organization
  • Interlinking of values, mission and product created helps to assure standards are met
  • Benefits are within the “process” work, NOT in the paper certificate

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impact of accreditation on ems education centers providers
Impact of Accreditation on EMS Education Centers & Providers
  • Ownership of responsibilities
  • Identification of what staff “really does”
  • Positive moral booster
  • Creates an improvement of efficiencies
  • Generates a corporate culture of high quality production of outcomes

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impact of accreditation on ems education centers
Impact of Accreditation on EMS Education Centers
  • Strengthens relationships with education stake holders
    • Clinical sites
    • Medical control involvement
    • Field training sites
    • Consortiums with degree granting institutions

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impact of accreditation on ems education centers1
Impact of Accreditation on EMS Education Centers
  • Can help force funding issues to obtain equipment/staff/building space etc
  • Accreditation will help WI EMS education institutions continue the work done between 1998-2000 to standardize EMS education in WI

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impact of accreditation on ems providers
Impact of Accreditation on EMS Providers
  • Helps to assure quality of education institutions where students receive their education
  • Credentialed accreditation agencies help assure standards for accreditation (no accreditation mills)
    • Minimizes Mom-n-Pop EMS education centers
    • Raises the bar regarding the quality of EMS education centers

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coaemsp
CoAEMSP
  • Parent organization: The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
  • Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP)

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members of coaemsp
Members of CoAEMSP
  •   American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
  •       American College of Cardiology (ACC)
  •       American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
  •       American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP)
  •       American College of Surgeons (ACS)
  •       American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)
  •       Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Educ. Programs (CAAHEP)
  •        National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE)
  •        National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP)
  •        National Association of EMT’s (NAEMT)
  •        National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO)
  •        National Registry of EMT’s (NREMT)

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what does coaemsp accreditation address
What DoesCoAEMSP Accreditation Address ?
  • Goals & Objectives of educ. Programs
  • Methods of monitoring goals, curriculum, customer satisfaction
  • Surveys/feedback from customers/clinical sites/ employers
  • Course:
    • Skills labs, didactic, clinical, field evaluations
    • Agreements with stakeholders (clinical, field EMS services)

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what does coaemsp accreditation address1
What DoesCoAEMSP Accreditation Address ?
  • CV of director, teaching and medical control staff
  • Methodologies for teaching and evaluating
  • Competencies obtained during clinical & field training
  • Staff ID strengths and weakness of program & plans
  • Lesson plans for didactic, skills labs, clinical and field training
  • Consortium agreements

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c0aemsp mission statement

C0AEMSP Mission Statement

The mission of the CoAEMSP, under the auspices of CAAHEP, is to continuously improve the quality of EMS education through accreditation and recognition services for the full range of EMS professions.

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wisconsin ems education institutions accreditation
Wisconsin EMS Education Institutions & Accreditation
  • EMS Education Institutions met with CoAEMSP executive director
  • Some EMS educ. centers shared their progress/plans
  • Strategic plans stated for completion of self-study packets
  • On WTCS/ EMS Education Institutions quarterly meeting agenda

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negative impact of accreditation
Negative Impact of Accreditation
  • Staff time to prepare:
    • Self-study
    • Site visit
  • Costs of accreditation and renewal

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what concerns comments do you have regarding ems education accreditation
What Concerns / Comments Do You Have Regarding EMS Education Accreditation ??????

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ems research

EMS Research

Impact on EMS Agencies

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validation of ems as a profession
Validation of EMS as a Profession?
  • How does EMS validate itself as a profession?
  • What can EMS do to be further accepted as a respected partner in allied health?
  • How does EMS demonstrate that the care it provides makes a difference in a patient’s outcome?
  • What can EMS do to further strengthen its relationship with hospital partners?

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ems needs to become further involved in research
EMS Needs To Become Further Involved In Research

It Is Simple …….

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how can research assist ems
How Can Research Assist EMS?
  • Research will help:
    • Address issues critical to EMS
    • Expand the scope of practice for EMS providers
    • Prove to funding sources; local, state, federal, private and third party, that care in the out-of-hospital setting affects patient outcomes
    • Elevate EMS as a profession
      • What health care profession is not involved in research?

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policy statement by consortium of u s metropolitan municipalities ems medical directors
Policy Statement by Consortium of U.S. Metropolitan Municipalities’ EMS Medical Directors

“Evidence-based clinical measures of EMS system performance have been few in number, largely due to the limited quantity and quality of research committed to the prehospital arena. “

impact of ems research
Impact of EMS Research
  • Best Practices (May 2008)
    • Need to research current popular EMS interventions
    • Unsubstantiated by scientific evidence
  • Research will help define EMS benchmarks
  • Research will create high-quality evidence based decisions to guide EMS practices

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research challenges for ems agencies
Research Challenges For EMS Agencies
  • Increased workload
  • Learning new content (perceived experts)
  • Integrating content into CE curriculums
  • Outside researchers taking advantage you
  • Unrealistic time tables for rolling out research
  • EMS agency/ staff buy-in

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challenge of defining roles expectations
Challenge of Defining Roles & Expectations
  • What will be the roles of the research team?
  • Who is responsible for what?
  • Content preparation:
    • Will research team develop content?
    • Will EMS or education staff develop content?
    • Does content need to be approved?
  • Follow up of EMTPs who miss educ. content

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ems agency challenges
EMS Agency Challenges
  • Educating agency administrators need to participate in a research project
  • Defining for agency administrators what your role as a research project will be
  • Addressing the perception of “using my agency to do your work”
  • “What does my EMS agency get out of this?”
  • Developing a partnership with EMS researchers

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ems agency involvement in research committees
EMS Agency Involvement In Research Committees
  • Drill down to assure proper content is developed to assure EMS providers are properly educated on:
    • study protocols
    • psychomotor skills
    • cognitive content
  • Stay “in the loop” regarding study planning
  • Advocate for your time table is necessary
  • Be aware of being taken advantage of
  • Preach your agenda

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ems provider challenges
EMS Provider Challenges
  • “WHY should we participate ?”
  • Achieving buy-in
  • More work = More pay?????
  • Bargaining unit issues
  • Learning a “temporary” change in scope of practice
  • Extra equipment (contract issue?)

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ems provider support
EMS Provider Support
  • Willingness to participate
  • Willingness to improve patient care
  • See research as a hindrance Vs help
  • Negative mob mentality
  • Need to see beyond struggle that research takes away from Pt. care

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what are the barriers
What Are The Barriers ?
  • Buy-in by EMS agency and providers
  • Budget issues (increased work load)
  • Time table for research project
  • Direct dollar benefit to EMS agency Vs general fund?
  • Knowledge of study content
  • Researchers wants / needs Vs use of solid education theories

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rolling out research study education
Rolling Out Research Study Education
  • Award education hours for “Study” education
  • NREMT topic hours
  • Integrate education for study into as many refresher classes and CEs as possible
  • Timing of rollout of study education
    • Training/education need to schedule far in advance
    • Study need to be flexible and put off rollout pending IRB and government approvals
  • Detain planning of rollout sessions

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milwaukee county ems medical college of wisconsin

Milwaukee County EMS & Medical College of Wisconsin

Our Experiences With

Recent Research Projects

how to achieve buy in
How To Achieve Buy-In
  • Start small and work big
  • Award hrs for study content
  • Stay true to the vision
  • Push when appropriate
  • Integrate education about research into refresher classes
  • NIH human participant certification

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Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) Trial

  • Prospective, randomized, multi-center
  • 1000 public locations
  • 24 cities in the US and Canada
  • Funded by NIH, AHA, Industry
  • Volunteer, non-medical responders
  • Randomized: CPR Vs CPR and AED

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pad trial milwaukee
PAD Trial: Milwaukee
  • 34 public locations throughout Milwaukee and surrounding suburbs
    • 17: CPR only
    • 17: CPR and AED
  • Fitness clubs, banks, shopping malls, outlet stores, country clubs, food stores, hotels
  • Trained ~1000 volunteer laypersons
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Trained volunteer laypersons can use automated external defibrillators safely and effectively in a variety of public locations
  • In public locations, CPR and AED use by trained laypersons doubled survival rate to hospital discharge
  • Neurological outcome in survivors was excellent

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itd study
ITD Study
  • Use of an ITD during CPR in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest:
    • Significantly increased systolic blood pressure
    • More than doubled short-term survival for patients with PEA
  • This represents the first effective treatment to increase acute resuscitation rates for cardiac arrest patients with PEA.

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Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium

  • Alabama Resuscitation Center
  • Dallas, TX
  • Iowa City, IA
  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Portland, OR
  • Ottawa/OPALS/B.C.
  • San Diego, CA
  • Seattle/King County, WA
  • Toronto, ON
hypertonic saline trial
Hypertonic Saline Trial
  • 250cc hypertonic saline
  • Administered to penetrating shock patients and isolated head injury
  • Study placed on hold after 14 months

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roc primed
ROC Primed
  • Analyze early VS late:
    • Evaluating whether immediate defibrillation or delaying defibrillation is better
  • Use of redesigned ITD valve
  • BLS and ALS 911 fire based EMS providers are Currently enrolling patients

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tufts university immediate trail study
Tufts UniversityImmediate Trail Study
  • Administration of a IV cocktail
    • Glucose, Insulin and Potassium (GIK)
  • > 2 yrs of education rollout and delays by NIH
  • Scope if possible enrolled subjects limited r/t lack of hospital participation
  • Study suspended

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Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials

  • The NETT network consists of 11 regional Hubs,
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The mission of the Neurologic Emergencies Treatment Trials (NETT) network is to improve outcomes of patients with acute neurologic problems through innovative translational research focused on the emergent phase of patient care.

  • Vision: NETT will engage clinicians and providers at the front lines of emergency care to conduct large, clinical trials.  

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nett collaboration
NETT Collaboration
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Community Hospitals
  • Cross Disciplinary
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Neuro-Critical Care
    • Neurology/Neurosurgery
    • Trauma Surgery
    • Pediatrics

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EMS Pain Management Study

  • Three year projected funded by EMS-C
  • Proposal being developed for a second EMS-C grant through PECARN
  • Educational CDs will be available

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pecarn
PECARN
  • Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network
  • Primary focus was in-hospital research
  • Last year developed an EMS branch to the network
  • Actively seeking participation from EMS providers

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milwaukee county ems education center experiences
Milwaukee County EMS Education Center Experiences
  • ?? Too many projects at one time
  • Education staff staying up to date
  • Complicated content developed by researchers
  • Frustration by EMTPs
  • Nationals and international impact
  • (+) Paradigm shift by EMTPs regarding research

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get involved early in the planning process
Get Involved Early In The Planning Process

Key Recommendation

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challenges we have faced
Challenges We Have Faced
  • Delays in start of studies after education has been rolled out
  • Challenges by bargaining units
  • Increased number of EMTPs to be educated
  • NIH / FDA delays

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how did we go about addressing these challenges
How Did We Go About Addressing These Challenges
  • Redesigned education modules and offered remedial education
  • Had the study investigator pay overtime to EMTPs for increased education requirements
  • Addressed “studies” as being within scope of practice and will improve Pt care
  • Increased number of skills labs and tutorials when rolling out educational content
  • Provide scheduled updates r/t study progress

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methods implemented to roll out ems research education
Methods Implemented To Roll Out EMS Research Education
  • Face to face CE conferences
  • On-Campus refresher classes
  • DL modules
  • In-house follow up by research team
  • Remedial education when study is delayed
  • Web site resources
  • Field ride time when study begins

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suggestions
Suggestions
  • Address “EMS Agenda For The Future”& research
  • Make “research” part of the EMTP curriculum and review it as part of CEs
  • NIH Human Participants Certification
  • Make sure “Education” is a line item in research proposals
  • Provide input into the development of a research proposal
  • Integrate time spent on research projects into EMS curriculums as much as possible

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ask what research can do for ems research

Ask Not What Research Can Do For Your EMS Agency

Ask What Research Can Do For EMS Research

But What Your EMS Agency Can Do For Research

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what if
What If?
  • A wide number of EMS agencies became involved in research?
  • A large consortium of EMS agencies and medical schools, hospitals was created in Wisconsin?
  • Wisconsin becomes know as a leader in EMS research?

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interested in getting involved in ems research
Interested In Getting Involved In EMS Research????
  • Contact major medical schools
  • Contact EMS education institutions
  • Contact major emergency medical equipment vendors
  • NIH
  • State EMS agencies

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kenneth j sternig ms ehs bs emtp program director ksternig@milwcnty com 414 257 6492

Accreditation & EMS ResearchWhat’s In It For My EMS Agency?

Kenneth J. Sternig

MS-EHS, BS, EMTP

Program Director

Ksternig@milwcnty.com

414-257-6492