Most EMS leaders understand that providing clear, detailed, and secure ePCRs are an important part of both taking care of a patient and ensuring your agency stays compliant with government requirements. However, while EMS leaders may understand this, a common problem that many agencies face is that the rest of the crew may not truly grasp their importance
The ability to share patient information electronically with hospitals has become more crucial than ever before. In response to this growing need, Emergency Reporting (ER) has developed an enhanced feature that allows patient care reports (PCRs) to be electronically faxed directly to the receiving facility.
Thomasville Fire Rescue (TFR), serving the largest city in Thomas County, Georgia, shared some impressive facts in their 2018 Four Year Report. TFR is a member of the Emergency Reporting (ER) family and we wanted to highlight their achievements and discuss how a Community Risk Reduction Plan can help any department make an impact on […]
Did you know that switching to Emergency Reporting (ER) can help improve your Fire Department’s ISO rating? Currently, more than 454,000 first responders are taking advantage of ER’s Fire and EMS records management and reporting software, including Beaver Lake Fire Department (BLFD) in Rogers, Arkansas.
At Emergency Reporting, we’re proud to provide our services to the 4,400+ volunteer and mostly volunteer departments that use ER. We recently wrote a [case study] focusing on one of our volunteer agency customers, Lower Merion Fire Department in Ardmore, PA, which is comprised of seven volunteer fire companies and a fire prevention/codes enforcement office.