Healthcare Emergency Resource Management – Powered by Juvare Exchange
Track healthcare resources, availability and facility operations status with EMResource, an emergency resource management system designed for healthcare providers and first responders, giving comprehensive views of local, state and regional resources.
Crisis Planning and Response
More Than 50,000
Rely on EMResource
Used in in hospitals, long-term care, dialysis services, pharmacies and clinics, including:
- 22 of the 25 largest nonprofit health systems
- 9 of the 10 largest for-profit health systems
- 12 of the top 25 largest single U.S. hospitals
- 3,000 acute care hospitals
- 7,000 daily status updates
Holistic Emergency Resource Management
Improve Decision Making
EMResource helps users gain insight into healthcare infrastructure capabilities to identify the hospital best equipped to treat incoming patients and monitor the current health of the community.
Identify Resource Availability
Emergency resource management that offers convenient and holistic operational views of local, regional, and state resource availability and limitations in colorful and organized displays.
Ensure Reliable Response
EMResource supports exercise and live event management by allowing users to create events, notify involved individuals and collect critical information necessary to effectively respond to medical emergency situations.
Alleviate Hospital ED Burden
Respond with emergency resource management that provides real-time visibility into current emergency department status and patient throughput information, helping direct ambulances to the hospital that can best fit their patients’ needs. Data reporting includes: NEDOCS calculation, patient offload times, psychiatric holds, intensive care bed holds, and Stroke, STEMI, and trauma service availability.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has required enormous and unprecedented actions in order to protect the health and safety of communities, organizations, and businesses. Although many have
While the country continues to deal with the numerous response activities surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency managers in local communities and states must simultaneously continue