Patient Care Follow-up Find a Location Find a Doctor For Health Professionals Physician Services & Medical Affairs If you need to verify privileges on a provider please click the link below. Verification of Privileges Medical Leadership Physician Services Medical Affairs Provider Network Physician Opportunities/APP Careers Relevant Information for Providers Education & Training Career Training Continuing Education in Nursing Instructor/Student Guidelines Nurse Aid Training Course School of Medical Technology Course Description & Program Schedule Admission Requirements Lisa Ann Marshall Scholarship Tuition & Fees Administrative Fellowship Family Medicine Residency About Our Program About Our Region Alumni How to Apply Meet the Faculty Meet the Residents First Year Residents Second Year Residents Third Year Residents Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY1 Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership Pharmacy Program About Our PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency Application Information Pharmacy Services Meet Our Residents EMS/Pre-hospital Care Patient Care Follow-Up Certifications & Recertifications Medical Direction & Control Calls EMS Resources PulsePoint Registered Nurse First Assistant Program Resources Associate Self Service Laboratory Services VPN/Remote Access Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are required to have a quality assurance (QA) process in place, designed to improve the quality of care offered by pre-hospital Care providers. Patient outcome information is essential to an effective QA process. Any EMS provider that was involved in the care of a patient brought to any St. Elizabeth Healthcare Emergency Department may request follow-up information. Please Note: All requests must be made in writing and must include the following information: Patient Name Patient Date of Birth Gender Social Security Number Chief Complaint or Mechanism of Injury Date and Time of Run Transporting Unit Along with Department’s QA Coordinator or Designee In addition to request in writing, EMS professionals can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 859-301-4EMS (4367). Additionally, in November 2017, we purchased ESO-Health Data Exchange (HDE) to help streamline and automate the patient outcome processes for EMS. This changes everything. ESO Health Data Exchange bridges the data gap between EMS and the hospital, with bidirectional data sharing to support operational and quality process needs -all secure, all auditable, and all in real time. True data interoperability is here. For more information on HDE, please click here. Please click here to download a PDF version of the Patient Follow-up Request Form. All patient information will be sent to your department’s QA Coordinator or Designee. Disclaimer: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA) helps to assure that citizens’ medical records are kept private. In some instances, HIPAA allows disclosure of health information without individual authorization, including disclosures between healthcare providers for “quality assurance” activities. Specifically, HIPAA provides that “a covered entity (including a hospital) may disclose protected health information to another covered entity (including an EMS provider) for healthcare operations’ activities of the entity that receives the information, if each entity either has or had a relationship with the individual who is the subjection of the protected health information being requested, the protected health information pertains to such relationship, and the disclosure is for conducting quality assessment and improvement activities.” Whenever information is released, HIPAA mandates that disclosures are restricted to the minimum amount necessary to accomplish the relevant purpose of the request.