Hospital Accreditation and Site Surveys Made Easy
Integration of Key Data Elements
Site surveys can be stressful and overwhelming. View the recording on Hospital Accreditation and Site Surveys Made Easy on-demand webinar to see best practices on how to easily access available patient data for more than just compliance.
This webinar also included:
- A review of data-driven care decisions to improve patient outcomes across the care continuum.
- The identification of essential clinical data components required in the patient care record.
- Using concurrent EMS data to maintain accreditation and designation for time-sensitive emergency services.
- Empowering real-time patient-centered care decisions by clinical staff when minutes matter.
- Improving clinical data access and efficiency.
About the Speakers
Dr. Brent Myers
Chief Medical Officer
Brent Myers, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS is an internationally recognized expert in the area of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), particularly as it relates to systems of care, performance improvement, and population management. In his role at ESO, he is responsible for fostering a culture of medical rigor and practical application in development of ESO software and services; leading the research and performance initiative; and applying medical expertise and scientific rigor to support customers. He served as co-editor of the 2nd Edition of Emergency Medical Services, Clinical Practice and Systems Overnight, serves on the editorial board of numerous peer-reviewed journals, has numerous peer-review publications, and has provided lectures around the world. Most recently, Brent has served as Chief Medical Officer for Evolution Health and Associate Chief Medical Officer for American Medical Response.
Garrett D. Hall, BSN, RN, CSTR, CAISS
Director of Registry Programs
Garrett Hall is the Director of Registry Programs at ESO. He has a passion for trauma, specifically, and registry as a whole. Garrett is a nurse, registrar, educator, and biomedical informatics leader with over 15 years of clinical registry data management experience. He has successfully implemented and managed registry application system and recognized as an industry subject matter expert. His contribution to science includes multiple abstracts and publications focusing on utilizing technology applications in novel and innovative ways to enhance data, information, knowledge, workflow, and community health. He earned his graduate certificate in Biomedical Informatics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Texas at Arlington. He holds two registry board specialty certifications as a board-Certified Specialist in Trauma Registry (CSTR) and board-Certified Abbreviated Injury Scale Specialist (CAISS). He sits on the American Trauma Society Data Council, is an affiliate member of the American College of Surgeons, and President-Elect of the El Paso Chapter of the Emergency Nurses Association. Garrett is excited about developing ESO’s partnerships with trauma leaders to invent the future registries which improve community health and safety through the power of data.