National EMS Quality Alliance Welcomes ZOLL Data Systems

September 20, 2023 – Irving, TX – The National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA) is pleased to welcome new corporate partner, ZOLL Data Systems, a division of ZOLL Medical Corporation. Through its sponsorship of NEMSQA, ZOLL Data Systems will support NEMSQA’s ongoing efforts to develop evidence-based quality measures for emergency medical services (EMS) and healthcare partners, and to provide tools for EMS systems to pursue measurable improvements.

"Built on meticulous programming, our products seamlessly incorporate metrics to align perfectly with NEMSQA's expectations. This forms the bedrock of a partnership rooted in practicality, transparency, and mutual growth." said Chuck McSweeney, ZOLL Data Systems Clinical Patient Care Consultant.

NEMSQA is the standard bearer for EMS quality measures, dedicated to developing, endorsing, and promoting the use of evidence-based quality measures for EMS and healthcare systems to improve care and outcomes for patients, providers, and the community. NEMSQA brings together a diverse group of experts in EMS clinical care, data standards and quality improvement through a collaborative, sustainable process.

“ZOLL Data Systems’ emphasis on giving EMS professionals the power to make data driven decisions that will improve care and outcomes is well aligned with NEMSQA's goals. NEMSQA is excited to gain a partner that will help advance what NEMSQA is trying to achieve, a higher quality and safer experience for patients.” said Dr. Michael Redlener, President of NEMSQA.

 About the National EMS Quality Alliance

The National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA) is the nation's leader in the development and endorsement of evidence-based quality measures for EMS.  Formed in 2019, NEMSQA is an independent non-profit organization comprised of stakeholders from national EMS organizations, federal agencies, EMS system leaders and providers, EMS quality improvement and data experts as well as those who support prehospital care with the goal to improve EMS systems of care, patient outcomes, provider safety and well-being on a national level.

Sheree Murphy
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