Improving Hospital Workflows through Health Data Exchange
Since the HITECH Act of 2009, hospital administrators have been challenged to incorporate impactful analytics into their hospital systems to drive population health outcomes, improve operational efficiencies and prevent unnecessary…
Data Integration – Why EMS is a Great Partner for Hospitals
There are fewer faster or dramatic ways to change the relationship between EMS and hospitals than with the vendor-agnostic, bidirectional data exchange that comes with ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE)….
Improving EMS & Hospital Communications
To become effective interagency communicators, hospitals and EMS agencies must look at the entire continuum of care to find weak spots within their systems and processes. Many agencies find that…
Gaining Better Access to EMS Patient Records
St. Elizabeth Healthcare wanted to enhance their collaboration with EMS agencies while providing better services for the patients in their community. Specifically, St. Elizabeth received patients from 35 EMS agencies…
How Does Your EMS Agency Compare to the National Average?
If you’re like me, you have no idea who the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus is. But you are very familiar with his words of wisdom: The only thing that is…
Things to Know from the Chief Medical Officer
“Knowledge is knowing what to say. Wisdom is knowing when to say it.” — Anonymous — Welcome to the first ESO Chief Medical Officer (CMO) special feature, which we’ll be…
Shocks to The System – Wave Day 2 Keynote
Imagine a future in which EMS arrives at a scene via jetpack, drones deliver needed supplies and – instead of an ambulance – a modular hospital drives itself to the…
Keep it Simple: Integrating EMS and Hospitals on ESO
The best presentations at Wave conferences turn into conversations among attendees and presenters. Everyone shares experiences, “ahah” moments and resources. That’s what happened when Karrie Austin, RN, hosted a session…
It’s Not Officially Research, but it’s Darned Interesting
Maybe it was the session title, but one of the most well-attended presentations at Wave 2018 was called “S**T we learned from the data.” Dr. Jeff Jarvis, EMS medical director…
Let’s talk: ESO and Attendees Connect; Day 1
The first full day of ESO’s 2018 WAVE conference closed with a special discussion between attendees and key ESO executives: CEO Chris Dilie and newly named ESO Chief Medical Officer…
ESO Welcomes New Chief Medical Officer
We are excited to announce that Dr. Brent Myers has joined ESO as our Chief Medical Officer. He brings almost two decades of leadership experience as a medical practitioner, both…
Four Hospital Trends to Track in 2018
What does 2018 have in store for hospitals? If we take a sneak peek into our crystal ball, we’ll see that data will continue to play a major role. We…
Download Hospital Predictions for 2018 to learn the latest trends in evidence-based care and insightful questions to ask your team and much more.
Save Time and Money by Tapping Into Hospital Data
Highlights include how to use hospital billing data that can significantly reduce the time it takes for your billers to find the information they need and how to drive revenue while reducing cost.
Make It Work for You
Learn tips and tricks for improving operating efficiency, how hospitals and EMS are benefiting from two-way data sharing, and what’s new and upcoming for ESO products, including EHR and Analytics. Download this free educational resource today.
See HDE In Action
ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE) helps hospitals and EMS exchange data for the best results – the end result being an overall improvement in quality patient care. Request a demo and watch our two-minute video highlight to learn more.
Best of 2017: Most Popular Resources
Looking forward to 2018? Make sure you don’t miss out on the best and most useful information of 2017. Start the new year right with our 4 must-see resources from the past year. No countdown required. Check ‘em out…
Improve Patient Care with Hospital EMS Data Exchange
Two-way data exchange between EMS and hospitals provides benefits to both parties.
Customer Case Study: Using HDE to Connect to a State HIE
In this case study we’ll show you how Gold Cross Ambulance in Salt Lake City uses ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE) to connect to cHIE, Utah’s statewide health information exchange.
EMS/Hospital Performance Improvements With Shared Data
For the growing number of EMS systems nationwide who use two-way data exchange using ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE), having hospital data brings unprecedented opportunities for performance improvement. But the…
ESO is Onsite at the 2017 Solar Eclipse
Four ESO employees are onsite in St. Joseph, Missouri, volunteering with local ESO customers as they prepare for the 2017 Solar Eclipse and the potential influx for local emergency services. Follow us here to see updates from our team in the field as they observe and assist in the day’s preparations and activities.
Protecting You Against Ransomware
At ESO, we’re committed to keeping your data secure. And with all the recent news headlines about the spread of ransomware and other forms of cyberattack targeting healthcare computer systems, it’s natural to be concerned.
Hidden Threats for Hospitals
In 2016, the Joint Commission published a report that illustrated the nation’s level of noncompliance with Joint Commission standards. One such standard — Record of Care (RC) 01.01.01, the foundational standard for patients’ medical records — is a perennial top 10 on the list of most frequently cited standards.
Five Tips for Managing Hospital Turnaround Times
From July to October 2015 Nash County EMS was able to decrease turnaround times from a little over 30 minutes to less than 26 minutes.
Outcome Measures Case Study
Outcome measures are an important part of EMS Compass, and NEMSIS version 3 has the capability to make these measures readily available to every agency, large and small. We talked to Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, to see how some agencies are using outcome measures.
Fire and Hospital Collaboration to Share Data
The Atascocita Volunteer Fire Department in Atascocita, Texas, collaborates closely with Kingwood Medical Center to share healthcare data to improve the quality of both prehospital and hospital care. Their efforts demonstrate how patients can benefit when members of the healthcare continuum partner to use technology and information to drive improvement efforts.