Optimizing Ambulance Positioning to Reduce Response Time
Ambulance response time to medical emergencies is a key metric in evaluating the effectiveness of a regional emergency medical system. Positioning of ambulances and crews while not involved in making a response is felt to be a key determinant in reducing response times to an emergency.
Apply operational management techniques and modeling to determine optimum ambulance location to reduce response times.
This project uses operational research and optimization methodologies.
Reducing ambulance travel distance and time means EMS crews could get to emergencies and back to hospitals more quickly. It also aims to help keep EMS crews safe by requiring them to travel fewer miles, thereby reducing the potential for accidents.
- Supporting Communities of Practice to Improve Healthcare Delivery
- Smart Infusion Pump Alert Threshold Decision Support
- System Impact Measures
- Drug Limit Library Database and Research
- Drug Limit Library Update Process
- Nursing Attitudes and Perceived Causes of IV Pump Workarounds
- Rating Healthcare
- Optimizing Ambulance Positioning to Reduce Response Time
- Clinical Analytics to Support Accountable Care Delivery
- Population Health Management Modeling to Support Accountable Care Delivery
- Transitions in Care Pilot: Evaluate the Impact of Electronic Communications
- Wellness Coaching Impact on Employee Health Outcomes
- Bundled Payments
- Improving Primary Care Delivery through Allocation of Resources
- Patient Sexual Orientation Disclosure to Medical Providers
- Communities and Universities Addressing Health Disparities (CUAHD)
- Gestonurse: A Robotic Surgical Nurse for Handling Surgical Instruments in the Operating Room
- See-What-I-Do: Increasing Mentor and Trainee Sense of Co-Presence in Trauma Surgeries with the STAR Platform
- Hospital Readmissions
- All-Cause Unplanned and Preventable Readmissions Reduction
- Readmissions: Hospital 30-Day Non-Index Readmission Risk Measure and Analysis