Proposed Administrative Rule 11.2 for Enhanced Data Coordination


Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice Proposes Amendments to Rule 11.2 for Enhanced Data Coordination

Date Issued: March 28, 2024

The Interstate Commission for Emergency Medical Services Personnel Practice has announced proposed amendments to Rule 11.2. These changes pertain to the Uniform Data Set that member states of the EMS Compact are required to submit to the National EMS Coordinated Database.

The proposed amendments aim to standardize and expand the dataset to facilitate better coordination and management of EMS personnel across states. The focus is on uniformity and comprehensiveness, ensuring that all member states can contribute effectively to a national framework.

Key Proposed Changes to Rule 11.2 - Uniform Data Set:

  • Identifying Information Requirements: The new amendments clarifies the requirement for all Member States to submit contact details for licensed EMS practitioners within ten business days of the completion of the licensure application process or any subsequent changes. The miminum contact information includes the mailing address, email address, and phone number.

Public Rule-Making Hearing and Meeting:

The Commission will conduct a public hearing and meeting to discuss these proposed changes:

  • Date: Wednesday, June 5
  • Time: 4:30 PM Eastern Time
  • Format: Public Meeting via Microsoft Teams

Participation and Comment Submission:

The Commission welcomes written comments, which should be submitted by June 4. Additionally, individuals wishing to address the Commission directly must send their requests in writing to the Executive Director by the same date.

Contact for Submissions:

  • Executive Director: Donnie Woodyard, Jr
  • Email: donnie.woodyard [@]

Further Information:

This public notice underscores the Commission's dedication to enhancing the EMS system's effectiveness through collaborative rule-making. Stakeholder contributions are highly valued in this significant process.

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