|Series||Report / 101st Congress, 2nd session, House of Representatives -- 101-956|
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Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of - Amends the Public Health Service Act to create a new title on trauma care. A trauma care system is an organized and coordinated effort in a defined geographic area to deliver the full spectrum of care to an injured patient, from the time of the injury through transport to an acute care facility and to rehabilitative care (Eastman et al., ; Mendeloff and Cayten, ). The Development of Trauma Systems course provided states and regions with a detailed tool for system development that was tailored to their individual needs The Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of , which created Title XII of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA), was enacted to improve emergency medical services and trauma care. public health threat through passage of the Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of [P.L. No. , Stat. ], which created a new section, Title XII of the Public Health Service Act, on the sub- ject of trauma care. The importance of continuing to address injury remains an important public health issue that.
Many of these states have implemented their systems through Federal support of the Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act (Public Law ). 29 Although there has been constant growth and development of statewide trauma systems, there still are underserved areas in the United States, particularly in the rural areas. Trauma Systems Planning and Development Act creates Division of Trauma and EMS (DTEMS) within the Department of Health and Human Services. American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma publishes revised guidelines as " Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient," changing focus from trauma centers to trauma systems. It also spurred passage of the Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act in which supported development of trauma systems nationwide. 24 However, the programs were eliminated in , leaving a gap in Federal leadership. The Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of provided funding for the development and implementation of statewide trauma systems. While funding was limited, this program stimulated formal planning in many states, and the emphasis on getting the right patient to the right hospital at the right time resulted in more of the sickest Cited by:
H.R. ( th): Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of React to this bill with an emoji Save your opinion on this bill . Related Programs. Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development. Examples of Funded Projects. Development of statewide trauma systems, state trauma plans, public information/education campaigns, educational services to trauma care providers, and performance improvement initiatives. The Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act, originally authorized in and funded from through , received no funding in fiscal years and The new bill authorizes $12 million in funding to be distributed through grants to all 50 states in fiscal year Get this from a library! Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of conference report (to accompany H.R. ).. [United States. Congress].