PUBLIC FUNDS IN GENERAL
TIME SENSITIVE EMERGENCY (TSE) REGISTRY
57-2001. Purpose of the registry. (1) The specific issues to be identified and evaluated through the TSE registry are:
(a) Trauma, stroke and heart attack TSE surveillance;
(b) Geographic patterns of trauma incidence;
(c) Types of TSEs treated in hospitals in Idaho;
(d) Areas or regions of the state where improvements in the emergency medical system may be needed;
(e) Public education and prevention needs and efforts; and
(f) Other factors to consider in recommending, designing or implementing a statewide TSE system.
(2) The data collected by the TSE registry shall be of such a nature as to allow the department to identify at least the following:
(a) Lack of access to care and improvement of the availability and delivery of prehospital, hospital and post-acute TSE care;
(b) Performance of the out-of-hospital and hospital emergency medical systems;
(c) Costs of TSE care; and
(d) Outcomes of persons who are victims of TSEs.
(3) The department shall evaluate the data collected, as well as data collected from other relevant sources, and, beginning one (1) year after the effective date of this chapter, shall prepare an annual report. The data shall be used to regularly produce and disseminate aggregated and de-identified analytical reports and for recommending benchmark quality measures and outcomes and needed educational resources to the TSE system of care state board.
[57-2001, added 2002, ch. 329, sec. 2, p. 929; am. 2014, ch. 147, sec. 9, p. 407.]