CitationBlackwell, Thomas H. & Kaufman, Jay S. (2002). Response Time Effectiveness: Comparison of Response Time and Survival in an Urban Emergency Medical Services System. Academic Emergency Medicine, 9(4), 288-95.
AbstractEmergency medical services (EMS) administrators seek methods to enhance system performance. One component scrutinized is the response time (RT) interval between call receipt and arrival on scene. While reducing RTs may improve survival, this remains speculative and unreported.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleAcademic Emergency Medicine
Author(s)Blackwell, Thomas H.
Kaufman, Jay S.