Knowledgebase : VA Statewide Trauma Registry > Compliance
INAUGURAL VSTR COMPLIANCE REPORT MARCH 2015 Each quarter the VDH/OEMS will develop and post a VSTR Compliance Report and VSTR Data Quality Dashboard. The compliance report will be based on the requirement that all trauma patients be submitted within 30 days of discharge for hospitals and quarterly for designated trauma centers. The volume of anticipated patients is determined based on past submissions and/or from other validated data sources. In the near future a Data Quality Dashboard (DQD)...
As per Code of Virginia § 32.1-116.1(C) states “All licensed hospitals which render emergency medical services shall participate in the Virginia Statewide Trauma Registry by making available to the Commissioner or his designees abstracts of the records of all patients admitted to the institutions with diagnoses related to trauma. The abstracts shall be submitted in the format prescribed by the Department and shall include the minimum data set prescribed by the Board.”   Attached to this articl...
The Division of Trauma and Critical Care within the Virginia Department of Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) has just released the EMS DATA SUBMISSION AND VALIDITY SCORE REPORT for JULY 2018.  The reports are generated each month and provided to the Director of OEMS, the Division of Regulations and Compliance, and the Rescue Squad Assistance Fund (RSAF) Grants program. Note: The reports include only data from the Elite VAv3 system.  Any reports from the V2 system are out of c...