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Bethlehem, PA, United States, 2007/05/15 - PeopleForce has been named one of only 31 companies nationally whose New Jersey State First Aid Council Tracking System (NJSFACTS) has been granted National Emergency Medical Services Information System (NEMSIS) Compliance.
The system is so named because it was first deployed by the New Jersey State First Aid Council, which was challenged to provide reliable data collected from hundreds of sources within the state. Operating under increasing funding restrictions, volunteer first responders are now able to demonstrate their effectiveness for both services delivery and funding.
NEMSIS is the national repository for storing EMS data from every state in the nation. Since the 1970s many statewide data systems have been created, but EMS systems vary in their ability to collect patient and systems data and allow analysis at a local, state, and national level. A national EMS standardized database is now possible.
PeopleForce structured, coordinated and continues to track hundreds of agencies statewide, facilitates electronic data exchange with third parties and certifies compliance for software companies who wish to exchange data with the system.
PeopleForce is a business process innovation services company using patented methods to deliver key functions at cost, speed and quality levels virtually unmatched by in-house development.
Headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and with international offices in London and Amsterdam, we undertake work for private and public sector customers in the US and internationally in Business Process Management and Business Process Improvement. PeopleForce (peopleforce.com) was founded in 2001 by Dave Herman, a former executive with specialist data knowledge at Dun & Bradstreet, and John Trewhitt, a former international investment banker turned technology entrepreneur.