Other Data Standards and Sources
National EMS Data Standard (NEMSIS)
Opioid-Related Information and Resources
2020 NEMSIS Annual Public Data Report
Association Between Emergency Medical Service Response Time and Motor Vehicle Crash Mortality in the United States
Developing Program Performance Measures for Rural Emergency Medical Services
Development of a Binary End-of-Event Outcome Indicator for the NEMSIS Public Release Research Dataset
Is Use of Warning Lights and Sirens Associated With Increased Risk of Ambulance Crashes? A Contemporary Analysis Using National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) Data
Nationwide EMS Incident Data
The National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) standardizes data collected by EMS agencies and provides the framework for collecting and sharing data from States and Territories.
National EMS Dashboard
This dashboard of motor vehicle crashes shows up-to-date information of EMS activations across all 50 States, three Territories and Washington, D.C.
EMS Data in Use
From statistics about the opioid crisis and COVID-19 to a traffic crash database for highway safety, data is applied across the country to help solve complex public health problems.
Request EMS Data (NEMSIS)
Visit NEMSIS.org to request the 2021 NEMSIS Public-Release Research Dataset and the Data Cube, among other resources.
Collecting Good Data
The more accurate and complete the information from patient care reports, the better it can be used to improve patient care and public health and help keep providers and patients safe.