The team at Infield Vector has a wealth of knowledge covering numerous topics in the healthcare and public safety fields. Our team is available to consult on topics such as healthcare leadership, EMS management, EMS and hospital specialty team organization, public safety dispatch, public health outreach and initiatives, and many others. Contact us today to find out how we can help your organization find solutions.
Keeping track of incident responses is one of the most basic functions of any emergency response agency. However, that can be easier said than done for agencies with multiple units responding out of several locations. That's where Incident Manager comes in. Incident Manager is a simple, cloud-based solution that tracks incident data. Users answer a number of agency-defined questions, such as Dispatch Nature, Location, and Responding Units. Incident Manager then automatically assigns a run number and logs the information. Previous incidents can be searched, and statistics can easily be generated based on numerous parameters.
Infield Vector has partnered with the Wyoming Department of Health to develop a strategic plan to improve rural Wyoming veterans' access to healthcare. To ensure that we are addressing issues that matter to veterans, we need the help of stakeholders throughout Wyoming. Stakeholders include:
- Hospitals (especially critical access hospitals)
- Primary care providers
- Case managers/care coordinators
- Veterans organizations (e.g., American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars)
- Military liaisons
- Anyone involved in providing or coordinating healthcare for Wyoming veterans
We will be holding three strategic planning workshops in March 2021 to explain the project to stakeholders and gather input on how we can facilitate better care for veterans. We hope you can attend one of the three workshops, which will all be conducted online via Zoom. The information for each workshop is below. All times are Mountain Time.
- Wednesday, March 3 from 2:30 – 3:30 PM. https://zoom.us/j/93854624199
- Monday, March 8 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM. https://zoom.us/j/91252323528
- Friday, March 12 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM. https://zoom.us/j/93026701557
Pharmascept is Latin for "medication observer", and that sums up exactly what it does. Pharmascept records, stores, and audits your controlled medication records. How does it work? Prescribers and clinical staff use Pharmascept to document whenever a medication is ordered, counted, dispensed, received, or wasted. From there, Pharmascept takes over. It performs customizable, automatic audits, and can be set to send alerts to specific users if it finds discrepancies or concerning patterns. All audits are retained in digital form indefinitely, and they can be easily retrieved and printed in order to comply with DEA hard copy record-keeping requirements.