Accelerating Improvements In Quality Of Care For Children

EMSC Innovation and Improvement Center

Now Accepting Nominations

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Welcome to Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children

iEMSC focuses on improving the quality of emergency care for children with serious injury and illness, by integrating children’s interests into the existing hospital and EMS system. We represent the unique needs of children within the healthcare community throughout the state, working to ensure that all children everywhere in Indiana have timely access to appropriate emergency medical care.

EMSC focuses on improving the quality of emergency care for children, and seeks to integrate children’s interests into the existing EMS system.

Indiana EMSC and the Indiana Department of Education are pleased to announce the Indiana School Nurse Emergency Care course. This course is a hybrid course with an online portion to be completed prior to attending a one-day in-person training that will be held TBA.

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The National Pediatric Readiness Assessment (NPRP)

The NPRP Assessment, scheduled to launch in June 2020, has been postponed due to the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19.  iEMSC will provide more details on the timing of the NPRP assessment upon notification from National partners.

The NPRP checklist, based on the AAP/ACEP/ENA Joint Policy Statement, “Pediatric Readiness in the Emergency Department,”  which can be found online at:

https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/142/5/e20182459.full.pdf.

Use this tool to check if you hospital emergency department has the most critical components listed in this joint policy statement.

2020 EMSC EMS Survey is now complete!

iEMSC is pleased to share with you that Indiana exceeded the HRSA response rate requirement and obtained an 89.2% response rate, 667 out of 748 Indiana registered EMS agencies completed the assessment.