EMS Industry Software
The right software makes jobs and work easier. It makes projects and workers more efficient, and makes data and information more secure.
There are a number of uses for different kinds of software programs in emergency medical services.
ePro Scheduler Plus by eCore Software
According to eCore, the brand’s employee scheduling software is singularly committed to cost-effective solutions. This program allows users to create schedules and manage payroll accurately, record employee work hours and documents, and reach customer service for easy support.
Fire Rescue Systems
This software suite meets a number of needs for any EMS hub. Included are an availability indicator, e-signature capabilities, equipment tracking, shift and fleet management services, and much more. The modular system can be customized for various needs.
Simply track employee schedules, time cards and hours with customizable and simple-to-use software from eSchedule. Bonus add-on features can be included to meet any department’s needs and scope of services. Plus, you can try it out for free for 14 days.
Store and secure employee forms including license and certification info, track and accurately record time, attendance, and shift details, and manage even complex systems and structures with this highly-rated system. Membership includes free training, upgrades, and technical support.
PatientFirst by Ideagen
This do-it-all software system includes essential features such as e-signing, time clocks, a patient database and relevant data. You can get a virtual tour of the system by requesting a demo on their website.
Handle scheduling and time data, vehicle trips, and employee and patient date. You can even automate scheduling, removing guesswork and providing greater accuracy. Receive notifications and enjoy the convenience of a mobile app for crew members on the road.
Ambutrax by Epigate Software
Described as a system that can completely manage your needs and reduce the paperwork involved in delivering EMS, this five-star software product includes just about everything you could need from a data and documentation perspective.