Regional Trauma Advisory Committees
Regional Trauma Advisory Committees (RTAC) will be established in each EMS Region for the purpose of developing and maintaining the Regional Trauma System Plan (Plan) and monitoring system compliance and improvement activities.
RTAC membership will represent regional trauma system stakeholders including physicians, EMS, designated Trauma Centers, non-designated participating hospitals, hospital personnel, local governments, and the public. An RTAC will meet at least quarterly to oversee operation of the Plan but may meet more frequently as determined by system needs.
Each RTAC will:
Prevent injury by monitoring high incident areas, for example, and proposing solutions and follow-up plans to specific agencies. The RTAC will develop data-supported injury-prevention programs;
Monitor component compliance with the Plan;
Analyze system performance using data specified in the data-driven performance improvement component;
Evaluate regional trauma training needs;
Act as a forum for regional trauma issues to providers and consumers within the trauma care continuum;
Monitor hospitals’ transfer agreements, proper use of diversion, emergency department “wall time” and holding patterns, etc.;
Identify additional Trauma Center and Trauma System capacity needs within the respective region;
Support non-designated participating hospitals to be brought up to Trauma Center designation status as determined; and,
Develop and monitor mutual aid agreements and activities to ensure region-wide EMS coverage at all times.
Pediatric Trauma Symposium WHEN: Monday, January 24,2020 WHERE: Central Georgia Technical College H-Building ( Auditorium) located at 3300 Macon Tech Drive in Macon, Georgia Register Online : www.surveymonkey.com/r/R52020PedsTraumaSymposium Please e-mail...
The Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission approved the FY2020 proposed budget of $ 264,247.00 for Regional System Improvement Grants. Every Regional Trauma Advisory Council is eligible to apply for the grant. Please have completed applications and proposal with...
The Georgia Trauma Commission will host a Region III Trauma Skills Lab in Clayton County on Friday, February 14 , 2020. If you are interested in attending this lab you can register here :surveymonkey.com/r/V9TGJ6V
The Georgia Trauma Commission will hold a Region VII Trauma Skills Lab on Thursday, January 30, 2020 in Columbus Georgia. If you are interested in attending this lab, please register here :surveymonkey.com/r/YKQNNST
The Georgia Trauma Commission will host a Trauma Skills lab in Region VI on Friday, January 17, 2020 at Southeast Technical College in Swainsboro, Georgia. If you are interested in attending , please register here :surveymonkey.com/r/9TG6S7Z
Hello Georgia Coalitions, Are you preparing for a Full Scale Exercise? Would you like to learn how to moulage victims for an exercise? Region J has reached out to Leah Hoffacker from the State, to provide a class on moulaging victims on Aug 9 from 9:00 – 12:00 PM at...
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Regional Trauma Advisory Committees (RTAC) will be established in each EMS Region for the purpose of developing and maintaining the Regional Trauma System Plan (Plan) and monitoring system compliance and improvement activities. RTAC membership will represent regional...