Program Director, Technical Assistance Center
Julianne Ehlers, MA, CEM, AEMT, is the Program Director for the NEMSIS Technical Assistance Center at the University of Utah School of Medicine. She leads the program in strategic operations and facilitates the development, maintenance, and education for the National EMS Data Standard. She has been an Advanced-EMT for 16 years in various capacities of 911 scene response, training officer and instructor. As an experienced healthcare emergency manager, she oversaw planning, training, response and mitigation efforts in medical surge, healthcare facility response, and coordinated regional planning and response for cross-jurisdictional healthcare partners. Julianne also served as lead instructor for several healthcare disaster courses at FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness. She holds a Masters in Emergency Management/Homeland Security from Arizona State University, Bachelors in Emergency Services Administration, and is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) from the International Association of Emergency Managers.
EMS documentation is more important now than ever. Local, state, and national EMS stakeholders are utilizing that data to better inform patient care, update policy and protocols, and balance resource allocation. We’ll discuss hot topics that have been influenced by EMS data including response and turn-around delays, ketamine use, escalation in serious MVC injuries, and […]