Why You Need Expert Consulting for Accreditation

Accreditation is a critical milestone for medical transport programs. Achieving accreditation demonstrates your commitment to patient safety, quality care, and adherence to industry standards (CAMTS, EURAMI, NAAMTA). However, the road to accreditation can be complex and challenging. That’s where our accreditation preparation and consulting services can help. In this blog

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Standing Up New Air Ambulance Services in Developing Regions

In recent years, the development of air ambulance services has become a critical component of healthcare in developing regions. These services are not just about transportation; they represent a lifeline for remote and underserved communities. In this blog post, we delve into various aspects of starting and operating new air

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Mission-Aligned Consulting: Dodging the Pitfalls of Misguided Advisors

In the intricate and high-stakes realm of medical transport, air ambulance companies must navigate a labyrinth of challenges and potential pitfalls. When engaging with a consultant, you expect that their expertise and experience will assist in the strong development of your program. However, the reality is that not all consultants

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How to be Accreditation Compliant.

Medical transportation is an essential service that provides safe and efficient ways for patients who require medical attention. Accreditation is an important component for medical transport companies to ensure that they are providing high-quality and safe services to their patients. Accreditation compliance requirements are necessary to maintain hard earned accreditation.

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CAMTS, EURAMI and NAAMTA – Which Is Right For Us?

If you operate a medical transport company, you know that it’s essential to provide the highest level of care to your patients. One way to document and prove to your clients, patients and other stakeholders that you’re meeting the industry’s highest standards is through accreditation. Accreditation is a voluntary process

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Perspectives: Global Differences in Air Ambulance Staffing

Learn how the number and type of medical staff in an air ambulance varies from region to region and how these differences are a result of different rules and requirements. Find out how different medical teams work together to help critically ill and injured patients while they are being transported. 

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Brokering Medical Flights: Read Before Taking Flight

From time to time, it may be necessary to utilize an industry partner for an air ambulance flight. When it comes to brokering medical flights, there are crucial requirements and standards that must be followed to ensure the highest level of patient care and safety. In this blog, we will

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Top 5 Benefits of Hiring a Consultant for Your Business

Top 5 Reasons Why Engaging with a Consultant Can Benefit Your Business If you’re looking for new perspectives and ideas for your business, hiring a consultant can be a smart move. Have you read our blog about Why You Can Trust Us? With their diversified experience and multiple clientele, consultants

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What Did You Say?

Effective Air Ambulance Communication Air ambulance missions are essential for rescuing lives and giving patients in isolated or difficult-to-reach places medical care. The ability of medical personnel and pilots to communicate and coordinate effectively is one of these missions’ most crucial elements.  To ensure that the medical team has all

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It’s No Secret. {The Qualities Payors Seek In Air Ambulances}

For seriously ill and injured patients, air ambulance services can save their lives, but they can also be very expensive. Because of this, many insurance providers and assistance companies have stringent guidelines for the air ambulance services they will pay for.  The insurance or assistance company will make arrangements and

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The Top Tools for Tracking Metrics and Key Performance Indicators

The Top Tools for Tracking Metrics and Key Performance Indicators

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are critical for measuring just how effectively your organization is working toward achieving its goals, including its readiness for accreditation. However, while they are crucial for any business’s success, they are only as good as the tracking tools used to measure those KPIs. When measuring clinical

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Innovation and Developing KPIs

Innovation and Developing KPIs

Developing key performance indicators (KPIs) is a valuable process for any medical transport company, especially if performance needs to be measured for a specific goal (like preparing for accreditation). KPIs give teams focus on defined targets and function as a valuable measure of success for businesses and clinical care. When

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The Importance of Being Regimented

The Importance of Being Regimented

Humans are creatures of habit, and we benefit from organization and structure in many ways. It makes sense to say that healthy regimens mean healthy people, and this is especially true within organizations. Whether the organization is a business, a non-profit, a community club, or anything else, being regimented on

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The Easiest Way To Get Accredited by CAMTS, EURAMI or NAAMTA.

There is no easy button. Fortunately, we have with the experience and know how to get your program accredited.  Whether ground, rotor-wing, fixed-wing, commercial escort or hybrid— we function as an extension of your core team as a dedicated resource. Most importantly, by working directly with leadership and medical direction,

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CAMTS Accredited Mobile Integrated Healthcare

Blurring the lines of pre-hospital and home care. When 911 is activated, is it possible to triage the root cause and dispatch an appropriate clinical professional to the patient instead of EMS transporting to the ED? The First Edition of CAMTS Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) standards is likely to be

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Why Imperfection Is A Good Thing

All programs have problems. The successful ones identify them, implement changes and evaluate the effectiveness of the changes. The unsuccessful ones continue to have, well, problems. When an outside, or third party, is evaluating your program against a set of measured standards, your natural instinct may be to achieve 100%.

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Why You Can Trust Us.

Your information’s security and privacy are important to us. I want to discuss this for one very important reason: there are some untrustworthy individuals in the medical transport industry, especially aeromedical. Sharing your propriety company processes, documents and procedures is necessary for internal stakeholders, and on occasion, external collaborators. There

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What Our Process Entails

Transparency is paramount when working with a consultant! Your experience working with a consultant can vary. Our goal is to make this as streamlined and seamless as possible. Whether you are preparing for accreditation, have an ongoing project that requires oversight or completion, or simply need assistance with a single,

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Which Accreditation Is Right For Our Program?

Not always an easy decision! While the answer is not always black and white, this is a question we are regularly asked. We can, however, help you learn the differences between the accrediting bodies so you can make an informed decision. Only you know your service area, clients and future

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Clinical Policies & Procedures are Circular

(Policies & Procedures + Quality Management) ÷ Education & Training = √ Accreditation They aren’t just binders and long documents that everybody loathes. Establishing Policies & Procedures (P&P) that are in-line with an agency-defined Quality Management (QM) and Education & Training (E&T) Programs is quite simple — they work in concert

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Education & Training is NOT JUST Education & Training!

Learn the importance of developing and scaling your training program to your service area and scope of practice. As you read in the previous post, your Quality Management (QM) program is very closely tied to your Education and Training (E&T) program. To your frontline clinical staff, it is either a welcomed

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Compliance…

…Nobody Likes Compliance! Or the compliance person within your organization. They are always checking behind others, implementing new processes and often times, telling you something else or different needs to be done. Compliance serves multiple purposes. At one level, it is the system of checks and balances that ensures you

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