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NASEMSO Surveys & Resources

Surveys | Resources | NASEMSO Issue Papers & Briefs

NASEMSO Surveys

50 State Survey: Opioid Overdose Data Collection (July 17, 2017)

Domestic Preparedness Funding (January 2016) This report summarizes the funding opportunities available to NASEMSO member states from federal agencies during the 2015 federal fiscal year.

NASEMSO 2015 Domestic Preparedness Survey (11/12/15) STATE EMS DIRECTORS: This valuable survey will provides GREAT information for your EMS Office and for EMS response partners and the national EMS system as we continue to show that EMS needs to have a dedicated funding source. This survey will also identify the amount of involvement that State/Territory EMS Offices have in preparedness initiatives, as well as well as identify State/Territory EMS Office involvement with response partners and stakeholders in planning and response. Together we can work to improve the future of our EMS response system.

NASEMSO 2013 Status Report: State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts (July 2013) "State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts" is a report based upon an assessment of the 56 state and territorial EMS agencies, and is intended to ascertain the extent to which state and territorial EMS offices are represented and supported in ongoing multi-agency coordination for readiness and planning. The report includes sections on: (A) the integration of preparedness and response activities; and (B) funding, including the degree of engagement of state and territorial EMS offices with federal grant resources for preparedness and response activities.

NASEMSO 2010 Status Report: State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts (01/25/11) "State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts" is a report based upon a survey of the 56 state and territorial EMS agencies, and is intended to ascertain the extent to which state and territorial EMS offices are represented and supported in ongoing multi-agency coordination for readiness and planning. The report includes sections on: (A) the integration of preparedness and response activities, and (B) funding, including the degree of engagement of state and territorial EMS offices with federal grant resources for preparedness and response activities. Funding enables public health departments to have the capacity and capability needed for effective response to the public health consequences of terrorist incidents, infectious disease outbreaks, natural disasters and biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological emergencies.

Resources Developed by NASEMSO

NASEMSO Issue Papers & Briefs

  • NASEMSO After Action Review: Ebola Disease Outbreak (02/20/15) link to report
    This report highlights critical dates on the Ebola disease outbreak (includes all EMS related
    notices and updates from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention).
  • NASEMSO After Action Review: Hurricane Sandy (02/04/13) link to report
    This report, by Joseph Schmider and Leslee Stein-Spencer, provides an overview of response to the storm, an analysis of actions by NASEMSO, best practices, and lessons learned.
  • Domestic Terrorism: Issues of Domestic Preparedness (12/13/02) link to report
    This brief addresses key EMS issues and components, which are required for the EMS preparedness and response to acts of domestic terrorism. At the present time, EMS systems are in jeopardy of "falling between the cracks" of federal initiatives for assuring the terrorism preparedness of public safety (fire and police) and public health. This document identifies the critical EMS resources that require immediate attention at state and territorial levels nationwide to assure the safety of EMS responders and strengthen their ability to respond effectively to acts of terrorism.
  • Activation and Reimbursement Concerns for EMS Disaster Response (2009)
  • Details about NASEMSO key homeland security areas of concern (2009)
  • NASEMSO Report: “State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts, 2008" (12/04/08) download report
  • Consensus Report: EMAC and EMS Resources for National Disaster Response (from the June 20, 2007 EMS Stakeholders Meeting in Arlington, VA) (02/26/08) download report
  • NASEMSO Report: "State EMS Office Involvement in Domestic Preparedness Efforts, 2007" download report
  • NASEMSO: "Model State EMS Disaster Response Plan" (April 2002) link to model state plan