EMS and Emergency Care Providers

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Generate value from your ePCR data in ways you never thought possible

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) data is foundational to biospatial, but we consider ourselves a healthcare data analytics platform. We also support trauma, motor vehicle crash, & hospital records alongside and linked to EMS data. The biospatial platform curates, analyzes, and makes all your healthcare-related data intuitive and accessible for powerful insights. You will be amazed at what you can create in just a few moments with biospatial.

Data Security

Protecting your data is our priority. biospatial is HIPAA and SOC 2 Type 2 compliant, with robust user access management for secure data access.

Data Analytics & Reporting

Utilizing advanced machine learning, biospatial offers actionable insights like geo-referencing and syndromic trend alerts, enhancing data understanding.

NEMSIS Data Repository

Our platform supports NEMSIS versions 2.2.1 to v3.5.0, facilitating easy data configuration and export without extra charges.

Patient Registry

Manage patient registry data effortlessly with customizable options and seamless integration with EMS data.

Professional Services

Count on our experienced team for comprehensive data support, from NEMSIS transitions to custom queries, ensuring optimal data utilization.

“As we all know, data is only as good as the quality of data being entered in (garbage in- garbage out). So, the next logical step is to improve the quality of data being entered in. EMSTARS uses Biospatial as our repository and it contains many powerful analytic tools that your agency can use, free of charge, to better improve your EMS performance and improve the quality of data being entered.”

Ty Carhart
State EMS Data Manager, Florida Department of Health

"biospatial provides us with unparalleled presentation of EMS data, allowing detailed investigation of syndromes, geographic distribution of EMS patients, and issues within our EMS system. It is powerful, flexible, fast, and intuitive."

Kenneth Williams, MD
Medical Director, RI Dept. of Health, Center for EMS

"In Georgia, the tools provided by biospatial have been among the most impactful innovations in the history of our office, and it has been embraced, not only by our staff, but also by our local EMS agencies, medical directors, hospitals and policy makers. In short, biospatial makes it possible for us to tell our story."

Keith Wages
State EMS Director, GA

"Lee County started to use biospatial to track opioid overdoses and trends within the community. Over time and as the capabilities have increased, we now use it to track our effectiveness in multiple Florida State EMS Plan measures, identify trends in motor vehicles accidents, and develop effective presentations of complex sets of data. The tool is very fast, adaptive to the needs of the user, and scalable from large agency to small. biospatial has been a welcome addition to our data mining toolbox."

Benjamin Abes
Director of Public Safety, Lee County, FL

Data-driven insights enable faster decisions and improved outcomes

biospatial combines EMS data with other healthcare data sources to help you find data-driven insights like never before.

An advanced data science degree is not required! Intuitive web-based dashboards enable all types of users – chiefs, medical directors, epidemiologists, data geeks, and that guy that breaks a keyboard just by looking at it - to query and visualize their data with ease.

Our platform enables collaboration and communication.  Users can save and share their analyses, export charts and tables, and configure automated reports delivered via email.

Line chart showing heat-related illness counts in Charleston County, SC, from March 23, 2024, to April 27, 2024. Actual counts (red line) remain low (0-2) except for a spike to 14 on April 20, 2024. Predicted counts (dashed grey line) are close to zero, with a widening predicted range (grey shaded area) towards the end of the period.
Syndromic Surveillance

Nobody has a better EMS syndromic surveillance platform than biospatial.  Get alerted by text or email when the spike is first detected.

Line chart showing heat-related illness counts in Charleston County, SC, from March 23, 2024, to April 27, 2024. Actual counts (red line) remain low (0-2) except for a spike to 14 on April 20, 2024. Predicted counts (dashed grey line) are close to zero, with a widening predicted range (grey shaded area) towards the end of the period.
Line graph showing mean patient offload time by final patient acuity from May 2023 to April 2024.
Monitor Ambulance Patient Offload Times

Analyze trends in patient offload (AKA “wall”) times to identify and mediate the conditions of higher wait times in the EMS system.

Line graph showing mean patient offload time by final patient acuity from May 2023 to April 2024.
Map showing rate of an event per 10,000 population across the southeastern United States from May 2023 to April 2024, color-coded by rate categories.
Powerful Data Mapping

Robust mapping capabilities for data visualization and DVR-like playback with overlay of other data layers, such as hospitals, substance abuse treatment centers, weather, and more.

Map showing rate of an event per 10,000 population across the southeastern United States from May 2023 to April 2024, color-coded by rate categories.
Heat map showing demand analysis total counts for each hour and day from May 1, 2023, to April 30, 2024. Highest demand is on Saturdays at 14:00 (1,043) and lowest in early mornings (0:00 to 6:00). Colors range from light yellow for low counts to dark blue for high counts. Total weekly counts range from 5,891 (Sunday) to 8,088 (Saturday).
Understand Demand Spikes

EMS systems and agencies can review when certain patient calls are most prevalent and plan their staffing and operations accordingly.

Heat map showing demand analysis total counts for each hour and day from May 1, 2023, to April 30, 2024. Highest demand is on Saturdays at 14:00 (1,043) and lowest in early mornings (0:00 to 6:00). Colors range from light yellow for low counts to dark blue for high counts. Total weekly counts range from 5,891 (Sunday) to 8,088 (Saturday).
Bar chart showing the differential of EMS records by event local date, grouped by initial patient acuity, from April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2024, compared to the previous year. EMS records increased by 858,842. The chart displays monthly increases, with a color-coded stack: blue for lower acuity, red for emergent, orange for critical, and purple for non-acute/routine. The highest increases are seen in months 10 and 11, peaking at around 150,000 to 180,000 records.
Discover and Track Data Trends

Highly customizable and easy-to-use charts produce the data views you need to communicate trends in your data.

Bar chart showing the differential of EMS records by event local date, grouped by initial patient acuity, from April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2024, compared to the previous year. EMS records increased by 858,842. The chart displays monthly increases, with a color-coded stack: blue for lower acuity, red for emergent, orange for critical, and purple for non-acute/routine. The highest increases are seen in months 10 and 11, peaking at around 150,000 to 180,000 records.

Over 25 state offices of EMS have partnered with biospatial to unlock the power of healthcare data. Contact us to learn how you can, too.

Understand and Improve Clinical and Operational Performance

Bar chart comparing various metrics between biospatial National and Grouped Agencies for the year 2023.

The biospatial platform is at the forefront of EMS data analytics, computing and tracking over 140 EMS quality and performance measures.  You will use these measures to understand where your system excels and find areas for improvement.  Biospatial’s intuitive reporting allow you to quickly review performance, compare performance trends to benchmarks, and share insights with EMS agencies and other stakeholders.

biospatial has carefully implemented National performance measures to cover a breadth of topics, including the National EMS Quality Alliance and Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program Quality Performance measures, as well as state- and institution-specific clinical and operational performance measures for cardiac arrest, trauma, chest pain and STEMI, motor vehicle crashes, pediatrics, and many more.

Go further than simply “seeing the number”.  Authorized users can review the individual records that contribute to a measure so that the reasons why a record passes or fails a measure are understood.  Is it a documentation problem, a software configuration issue, a need for more education and training, or cause for systemic change?  The biospatial EMS Performance Dashboard will answer those questions and become a “go-to” tool for medical directors and EMS QA/QI staff.

Logo for "NEMSQA National EMS Quality Alliance"

In alignment with our commitment to advancing EMS data quality, biospatial supports and participates in NEMSQA’s efforts in developing evidence-based quality measures for emergency medical services and healthcare partners.  All NEMSQA measures are available in the biospatial platform.

NEMSIS data repository

State and regional EMS systems find a better NEMSIS repository experience with biospatial.  Our NEMSIS data repository is trusted by several of the most populated states in the country.

Ingest Dashboard A Unique No Cost Model

You read that right. Biospatial charges no licensing or hosting fees for our NEMSIS Data Repository.  We don’t charge for data exports either.  Our unique data use and analytics agreement enables us to offer these services to you at no cost.

NEMSIS data export capabilities NEMSIS Compliance

NEMSIS V3.5 Receive & Process Compliant gold starThe biospatial platform is a NEMSIS v3.5.0 compliant Receive and Process system that accepts all NEMSIS data versions between 2.2.1 and 3.5.0.  Our repository goes above and beyond the NEMSIS certification process to give you the best tools and experience to understand and improve data submission and quality.

Data Exports Data Ingest

Easy repository management is at your fingertips. Configure the State Data Set file and validation rule sets to control data submissions to the repository. Administer NEMSIS web service credentials for EMS agencies and their vendors. Review data submission volumes, latencies, and validation results. Easily find pain points of data submission and isolate the root cause to resolve them quickly. Grant EMS agencies (or their software vendors) dashboard access to review and troubleshoot their own data submissions to the state repository.

Export Dashboard Data Export

Your data is your data and won’t be held for ransom. Export your data using standard interfaces at no cost to you or the recipient. Data may be exported via NEMSIS web service, SFTP, or ODMAP API; as XML or transactional SQL files; with customizable record redaction and complex export criteria; and more. All exports are processed with minimal latency. With the biospatial repository, you can manage and monitor your data exports without concern for extra costs or reliability.

Vendor Dashboard An Easy Transition

Changing repository vendors can be a lengthy hassle, but it doesn’t have to be.  We will work with your current repository vendor to move your historical data to the biospatial platform.  We will assist you, the EMS agencies, and the ePCR vendors to configure their data exports to the new repository.  We will monitor and report on data drop-outs and help prioritize what needs to happen next.  We will be your invested partner to get your repository whole and running smoothly in record time.

Vendor Dashboard Customization & Technical Support

All our products are provided with outstanding customer support. We don’t “sell” you a product and then ghost you. Our helpdesk is here to make sure that you and your userbase are trained and enabled to use our platform and troubleshoot issues. We also offer premier support and custom development services at additional cost.

A healthcare professional uses a laptop to view patient registry records.

Introducing the biospatial Patient Registry

Find a better patient registry experience with biospatial.

Finally, you don’t have to settle for the status quo. The biospatial Patient Registry delivers all the features that you need in a patient registry with exceptional customer support and backed by the best analytics platform in the industry.  When you choose biospatial you are choosing a patient registry that differentiates from the competition by:

  • Excellent customer service
  • Competitive pricing
  • Fast and intuitive interfaces
  • Premier analytic capabilities
  • Access for all participating hospitals
  • No extra fees for accessing or exporting your data
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