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The Office of EMS continually is asked by hospital stakeholders about the failure of EMS crews leave an EMS medical records for patients transported to hospitals. The Division of Trauma/Critical Care wishes to close the loop on the long standing topic and this document will be utilized as a resource and made available to those who make this inquiry in the future. Medical Records from a Transferring Hospital - The VDH/OEMS does not have purview over the lack of medical records sent from a trans...
DECEMBER 2015 VPHIB DATA QUALITY DASHBOARD & COMPLIANCE REPORT Each month OEMS provides two reports: A Data Quality Dashboard and a Compliance Report. The reports are generated from VPHIB for the Director of EMS. The report is also provided to the Division of Compliance and Regulation, RSAF program, and posted in the VPHIB Support Suite for the EMS system. The Compliance Report is based on the requirement that each EMS agency submit all EMS responses to VPHIB within 30 days of the each respo...
AUGUSTĀ 2015 VPHIB DATA QUALITY DASHBOARD & COMPLIANCE REPORT Each month OEMS provides two reports: A Data Quality Dashboard and a Compliance Report. The reports are generated from VPHIB for the Director of EMS. The report is also provided to the Division of Compliance and Regulation, RSAF program, and posted in the knowledgebase of both the VPHIB system and VPHIB Support Suite for the EMS system. The Compliance Report is based on the requirement that each EMS agency submit all EMS responses ...
To ensure that your agency has submitted its data to VDH/OEMS you can simply sign on to VPHIB and check your number of runs per month. Be sure that the number of runs makes sense for you agency. For low volume agencies, be sure to sign on to VPHIB and use the "No Runs to Report" feature to assure a "0" is not interpreted as failing to report. It is each agencies responsibility to ensure that its EMS responses have been submitted. If a vendor, municipality, or billing company reports for yo...
How to Report No Runs Submitted to VPHIB  Low volume agencies that do not have any EMS responses to report for any given month should sign on to VPHIB and report that there are “No Responses to Submit (NSR).”  Without reporting NSR your agency will show “0” calls and could be mistaken for being non-compliant.  NSR’s will be manually validated. Step 1:  Sign into VPHIB.  If you have forgotten your pass word click on “Forgot your passw...