Association Between Emergency Medical Service Response Time and Motor Vehicle Crash Mortality in the United States
Analyzes data from counties across the United States to determine whether longer emergency medical service (EMS) response times are related to higher fatality rates from motor vehicle crashes. Includes EMS response times based on rurality, population density, proximity to trauma centers, and more.
James Byrne, N. Clay Mann, Mengtao Dai, et al.
JAMA Surgery, 154(4), 286-293
Emergency medical services · Mortality · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data