Texas ET3: Your Questions Answered

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) asked Texas EMS agencies to submit their questions regarding the new Texas ET3 program to an e-mail box specific to the program. […]

Learn More About REPLICA – November 1

AAA Webinar Spotlight: The Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (REPLICA) Wednesday, November 1, | 2:00 PM EST Speaker: Sue Prentiss Free Admission The time has come where the borders between states […]

New NHTSA Report on Lights & Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Office of Emergency Medical Services released a report on lights and safety. Click here to access the report. Executive Summary Primum non […]

Dual Diagnoses Required for Ambulance Transports

Per Novitas: Effective with services rendered October 1, 2015, and later, ALL ambulance transports require dual diagnoses.  Providers should report the primary diagnosis as the most appropriate ICD-10 code that […]

DSHS Guidance for Sharing Hospital Data

The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) issued guidance for EMS providers that are experiencing difficulty in obtaining patient health outcome or emergency department data from hospitals for inclusion into […]

TEMSA’s Magazine Is Now Available

TEMSA had a very busy first 10 months of 2015.  TEMSA’s magazine is now in the mail and recaps the organization’s activities over the past 10 months. TEMSA Fall 2015 […]

Interview with Jonathan Sell of Booker EMS

Jonathan Sell of Booker EMS and Fire Department was elected to TEMSA’s Board of Directors in August 2015. He has been involved with his EMS and Fire for the last […]