Envision has recently collaborated with REMSA Health to bring the Reno, Nevada, community the Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport (ET3) program. The Envision team trained more than 150 REMSA clinicians on how to implement and use ET3 to support the delivery of high-quality, patient-centered care.

"Training went really well, we were impressed and are excited to move forward with the program,” said Adam Heinz, REMSA Health Chief Operating Officer.

The Envision team, including Branden Wilson, National Director of Virtual Emergency Services, Kat Thousand, Senior Director of Virtual Health Clinical Operations, Dr. Mark Gamber, National Medical Director and emergency physician, facilitated the training. In addition, Dr. Michael Baker, National Director of Virtual Health and emergency physician, participated in a demonstration for Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo.

As part of ET3, Envision emergency physicians work with EMS systems to provide patients the right care at the right time in the right place. Through virtual health consults, physicians can help assess patients’ needs and determine the most appropriate clinical care pathway, which can include transporting the patient to the emergency department or a lower acuity care setting or treating them in place. In its ongoing effort to improve patients’ access to quality care, Envision has partnered with public and private EMS agencies in 19 states and the District of Columbia to care for patients through ET3.