EMS Quality Improvement Partnership The Sequel: Airway Management Collaborative- June 6, 2024


Poorly managed airways can lead to respiratory, cardiovascular, and neurological complications, patient deterioration and death. Prehospital airway management practices vary widely across the country leading to inconsistencies in care delivery and potentially compromising patient safety and outcomes. The National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA), is leading the second national EMS Quality Improvement Partnership (EQuIP) collaborative to put the new NEMSQA airway measures to work.  This project is the sequel to the Lights and Siren Collaborative. The goal of the project is to support national improvement in the safety and effectiveness of invasive airway management. Learn more about the collaborative and how your agency can participate with Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis and Mike Taigman. 

Application closes July 1.