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The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and safety of the transport environment for services providing rotorwing, fixed wing and ground transport systems.
PIF Due Dates for Initial Applicants
For the March 2014 Meeting - PIF due December 15, 2013
For the July 2014 Meeting - PIF is due March 15, 2014
For the October 2014 Meeting - PIF due June 15, 2014
Programs that are reaccreditating, please contact the office for your specific due date.
Position Statement on States Requiring CAMTS Accreditation
CAMTS first textbook is now available. "Safety and Quality in Medical Transport Systems" Order here.
Policy and Procedure Manual Updated October 2013
Levels of Care Draft
Please email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Levels of Care" in subject line.
Simulation Submission Process
May 8‐9, 2014
New Era of Air Medical & Rescue Market in China
LIFEMED ALASKA is an independent service headquartered in Anchorage providing rotorwing, fixed wing and ground services. Air Methods of Englewood, CO operates the AStars in Wasilla and Soldotna. AeroAir of Hillsboro, OR operates Lear 35s in Anchorage, a King Air 200 in Fairbanks and a Cessna 208 in rural Bethel. Ground services are operated by the service.
After achieving full accreditation recently, Jared Sherman, the COO, stated:
"We appreciate CAMTS continuing to push our program forward and have experienced real growth over the last 2 years. A gratifying aspect that I have personally experienced is seeing the maturity of our culture. In years past we always struggled to find time for policy review, often pushing it off till it was required. This year we established a goal of continuous policy review for our Total Quality Management Committee. We have now extended each TQM meeting per month for an additional 4 hours in order to meet that objective. A year ago I would never have imagined we would make this much progress."
"Additionally, LifeMed truly felt a since of accomplishment in January when all employees required to have the advanced certification succeeded. We saw a renewed excitement and commitment from employees that hadn't challenged themselves in many years."