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System Resources and Reports
2023 MCA/Systems of Care Conference
The Systems of Care Conference is an opportunity for medical directors, staff, and leadership to come together to learn about new and innovative ideas and initiatives across the state and country. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about how partners and stakeholders in Michigan can facilitate, and support resiliency in Systems of Care, including Medical Control Authorities, Trauma, Stroke, and STEMI.
The conference also strives to improve the overall care of patients and provide a coordinated and accountable system of emergency care that ensures the right patient gets to the right place at the right time. Information and data related to trauma, new initiatives, programs to address injury, and workforce challenges will be discussed.
The conference will be held virtually on Wednesday September 27th & Thursday September 28th, 2023. Registration is $90.00 for EMS, Nurses, & others. $160.00 for Physicians.
Registration & Agenda Information Coming Soon
2021 STATE TRAUMA SYSTEM INJURY PREVENTION PLAN
STATE TRAUMA SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT
2020 Annual Report
2021 Annual Report
2017 Trauma Fact Sheet
2020 Trauma Fact Sheet
Michigan Trauma System Development Projects
The Bureau of Emergency Preparedness, EMS, and Systems of Care (BEPESOC) is committed to supporting partners and stakeholders in the trauma system to enhance their efforts in system and program building. In 2016-2018, BEPESOC provided an opportunity for partners to address gaps in the following: Injury Prevention, Performance Improvement, Trauma Education, and Trauma Infrastructure. This funding is dedicated to supporting innovative projects, program and initiatives that meet the specific needs of the region, community, agency or facility as they build and support the trauma system. Reports that describe the important work done can be found at the links below.