NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Intermedix Corporation announced today its partnership with Pinellas County Safety and Emergency Services, or PCSES, which serves more than 900,000 residents, responding to more than 225,000 requests for assistance annually.
Intermedix will support the strategic growth and planning initiatives of PCSES with its advanced simulation and modeling platform Optima Predict.
The first-of-its-kind solution enables agencies to accurately analyze, model and simulate scenarios to answer complex operational questions across a broad spectrum of fire and EMS challenges. The data-driven insights made available by the platform’s analytic capabilities offer powerful justifications for resource allocation and identify optimal solutions for effectiveness and efficiency.
“The partnership between Intermedix and PCSES is a testament to the county’s commitment to constantly improve the capabilities and services available to its residents and visitors,” said Chris Callsen, Vice President of Optima Solutions at Intermedix. “The accuracy of Optima Predict’s analysis and recommendations will allow PCSES to strategically plan the utilization of resources throughout its growing infrastructure to optimize response time and financial efficiency.”
Intermedix Corporation provides technology-enabled solutions for America's health and safety net. The company focuses on the US healthcare and emergency response industries by delivering information technology and business services to manage revenue cycle, promote preparedness, support documentation and reporting, and enable interoperability throughout the healthcare system.
The Optima Predict technology will be on display in San Antonio at this week’s Pinnacle EMS Leadership Conference July 18-22. EMS leaders who want to learn more about the innovative solution can stop by tables 67-68 to get a comprehensive experience with the technology and speak with the Optima team members.