FICEMS Reports

FICEMS is currently focused on achieving the seven goals set out in its five-year strategic plan, released in 2021.

Those goals are:

  • Coordinated and integrated Federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial EMS and 911 systems that provide safe and efficient high-quality patient care
  • Data-driven, evidence-based, and standardized EMS and 911 systems that help to improve the quality of out-of-hospital patient care
  • EMS and 911 systems effectively integrated into Federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial preparedness planning, response, and recovery
  • EMS and 911 systems that are people-centered, sustainable, forward-looking, and integrated with the overall healthcare system
  • An EMS and 911 culture in which safety considerations for patients, practitioners, and the community permeate the full spectrum of activities
  • Uniform, credentialed EMS and 911 workforce with the education, skills, and competency to keep pace with evolving healthcare needs
  • Federal interagency committee processes, operations, and strategies that enhance FICEMS effectiveness and adaptability

Below are a variety of reports of current activities to Congress, as well as other documents and memos that address progress toward these long-term goals.

FICEMS Annual Reports to Congress