Global leader in healthcare software solutions, Intermedix, will present its innovative Optima software at the first ever European EMS congress (EMS 2016) from 30 May - 1 June in Copenhagen.
Optima is the software that supports the ambulance services who save lives by improving performance and operational efficiency. Already the de facto EMS solution provider across the UK and some parts of Europe and North America, Intermedix is making Optima more accessible to ambulance services in the whole of Europe. At a time when ambulance services are more stretched than ever, this is welcome progress.
"The EMS2016 congress is the first event of its kind in Europe, and the opportunity for us to reach the thousands of EMS professionals expected to attend the event," said Intermedix's Market Development Director, Ian Carr. Carr is convinced that all ambulance services can benefit hugely from the advanced modelling and operational support tools Optima offers.
"As we know, demands on ambulance services are continuing to rise at unprecedented levels, and clearly the need for robust and effective software solutions for the sector has never been more paramount," continued Carr. "We're confident that Optima solutions have a proven positive impact on enabling ambulance service to realise Ambulance Quality Indicators, and improve patient outcomes in the most cost effective and logistically simple way. The software is vital for enabling dispatch to make critical life or death decisions, as well as for resource predicting and planning.
"Optima Live has been developed to provide powerful visualisation and real-time analysis of emergency resources that support dispatch in making critical decisions. Optima Predict enables powerful, comprehensive and accurate analysis and modelling for an endless range of 'what if?' emergency scenarios," said Carr. "We don't believe there is currently anything else on the market to rival Optima. The solution has a demonstrable track record in many parts of the world already, from the UK to the US, and New Zealand."
The solutions continue to be developed by some of the world's best tech and analytic innovators with leaders from EMS backgrounds, including those who have worked on front-line response. Optima keeps dispatchers abreast of resource statuses, locations and availability with impressive visual and statistical information available at a glance. This increases effectiveness, and answers complex costing and resource acquisition questions.