State Trauma Registry - ImageTrend®
Participation in the statewide trauma registry is an essential component of a regionalized, accountable and coordinated trauma system. Designation as a trauma facility in Michigan requires that hospitals participate in the state trauma registry. ImageTrend®, Inc. provides the data collection software for the Michigan Trauma Registry and the Michigan EMS Information System (Mi-EMSIS).
Data Collection Responsibilities:
The following documents outline the roles and responsibilities related to data collection:
- MDHHS Authorities and Obligations (Updated 7/16/15)
- Data Use and Non-Disclosure Agreement (Updated 7/16/15)
- User Agreement (Updated 7/16/15)
Using the State Trauma Registry:
The National Trauma Data Bank (NTDB) elements are the minimum data set required to be entered into the registry. The Michigan Criteria considers non-participation in the registry a Type I critical deficiency for designation.
A username and password is required in order to access the registry in ImageTrend®. See the following document on how to obtain a username and password:
Trauma facilities may directly enter trauma data into ImageTrend® at no cost or import NTDB data into ImageTrend®.
Access the document below which details data import or entry into ImageTrend® and directs users to ImageTrend University for tutorials on data entry.
2016 Trauma Registrar Course - Presented by the Bureau of EMS, Trauma & Preparedness
- Click here to access the PowerPoint from the course.