TETAF Hospital Data Management Course (HDMC) - June 27-28
TETAF will offer its Hospital Data Management Course (HDMC) once again in a virtual format on June 27-28.
The TETAF Hospital Data Management Course (HDMC) is designed to improve the skill sets of the data entry specialist specific to data input, data abstraction and statistical reporting.
Learn more about the course and register by clicking the link below. Register early to save $50!
TETAF Stroke Survey Process and Stroke Rule
TETAF staff and surveyors are in the process of revising our stroke survey process to align with the new rule TAC 157.133.
Revisions to the new the rule go into effect September 1, 2022 and will change the current Level III Stroke Support Hospital to the Level IV Acute Stroke Ready hospital.
In alignment with the rule revision, TETAF is enhancing its stroke survey service line based on the 2020 Governor’s EMS and Trauma Advisory Council (GETAC) approved Stroke Committee recommendations endorsing the utilization of the Brain Attack Coalition Guidelines. TETAF has a team of experienced stroke surveyors who provide survey verification services for 19 rural Texas hospitals that have sought out and worked to achieve the Level III designation as stroke centers. Stroke Level IIIs will be renamed Acute Stroke Ready Hospitals.
TETAF will provide verification surveys for hospitals seeking Acute Stroke Ready stroke designation. Although available for urban areas, TETAF ensures the verification and designation process is available for smaller, rural hospitals in Texas.
Our service area includes the counties of Marion, Harrison, Panola, Rusk, Shelby, Trinity, Gregg, Upshur, Cherokee, Freestone, Houston, Rains, Franklin, Van Zandt, Anderson, Henderson, Smith, Wood and Camp.
RAC-G) operates as a not-for-profit entity to serve as a link between area hospitals, pre hospital providers and local, state and federal agencies in matters of trauma, healthcare and disaster preparedness and response.
RAC-G is here to serve our East Texas region in the following areas:
- Injury Prevention Programs
- Providing regional equipment and training opportunities upon requests and approval
- Mass Communication Systems such as IRIS, EMResource, WebEOC, Staffing Notifications, Disaster Alerts
- Offering Educational Opportunities both Clinical and Public with CEUs available
- Coordination of disaster resources through Emergency Medical Task Force-Region 4, both within our region and for state deployment
- Stroke and STEMI Registry development, collection and reporting
- Develop and maintain the Regional System Trauma Plan (Trauma/EMS/Acute Care/Hospital Plan, known to us as the TEACH PLAN)
Emergency Medical Task Force Region 4
The Texas Emergency Medical Task Force (TX EMTF) is a series of components that are capable of activating resources on behalf of Texas on a state mission that provides a custom, scalable approach to medical disaster response. The key to the program is the ability to activate our members from EMS & fire departments, public and private healthcare organizations, regional coalitions, & state and local government who provide personnel & assets that activate during disasters.
Meet our team behind the scenes
Michael JohnsonHospital Preparedness Program Manager
Loretta KuhnContract Compliance Administrator
Todd DuckettHealthcare Coalition Coordinator Region - G
Aaron WellsData Information Systems Administrator
Brandon MooreHealthcare Coalition Coordinator Region - F
Eric BaileyEMTF-4 Coordinator
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Contact the RAC-G below
100 E. Ferguson St., Ste. 708, Tyler, TX. 75702