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It All Started With STEMI Now look at us 10 years later by Melissa Gatchel-North (originally published on www.heart.org) Good ideas often spark other good ideas. While the champions of Mission: Lifeline originally focused on developing a better system of care to treat patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), they knew ... more...
Posted by Jordan Todd on Mission:Lifeline Blog Nov 15, 2017 10:27 AM CST

Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition

This program recognizes EMS teams across the nation for their vital role in providing timely treatment for STEMI patients through Mission: Lifeline systems of care. 

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    As a QA Chief for a Rural area fire service The biggest challenge we have is gettting follow up information to be able to give feedback to the crews involved.  The local hospitals out of 4 only one has an EMS coordinator.  THe others 99% of th...
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    Hello Kevin Jacobs‍ . We have confirmed with ML Staff that mileage is not a required field for the data. You can check out our Resources Page where we have documents explaining Criteria and major FAQs. Please let us know if you have any furt...
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    Try to find out what charting system the EMS agenices utilize.  Most EMS PCR vendors have a website or hospital hub where receiving hospital personnel can log in and access the charts directly as soon as they are completed. Zoll, emsChar...
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    Hey Kevin Jacobs‍ !

    Thanks for the question. I know Loaded Miles is a part of the Data Collection Form, but I'm not sure if it's required. Let me ask AHA's staff , Lori Hollowell‍ and I will get back to you. 
    Thanks!