2018 New England Emergency Department Study

The 2018 New England Emergency Department Study is currently active!

EMNet has teamed up with the R Baby Foundation again to perform the 2018 National ED Inventory in New England (NEDI-New England).

NEDI-New England surveys EDs in all 6 New England states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The survey will collect information regarding ED characteristics, staffing, electronic resources, consultant availability, health-related social needs, and opioid management.

This study is a follow-up to an original study about 2014 (conducted in 2015). For more information about 2014 NEDI-NE, please contact Krislyn Boggs (tel: 617-724-4069).

The R Baby Foundation was established in 2006 to help newborn babies with often-misunderstood viral infections and other infectious diseases receive the highest quality of care and service through supporting education, research, treatment, training and life-saving equipment.

Current Response Rate (167/194)
86%

Select publications from 2014 NEDI-New England:

1. Weiner SG, Raja AS, Bittner JC, Curtis KM, Weimersheimer P, Hasegawa K, Espinola JA, Camargo CA Jr. Opioid-related policies in New England emergency departments. Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23: 1086-1090. PMID: 27098615

2. Raja AS, Venkatesh A, Mick N, Zabbo C, Hasegawa K, Espinola JA, Bittner JC, Camargo CA Jr. “Choosing Wisely” imaging recommendations: Initial implementation in New England emergency departments. West J Emerg Med 2017; 68: 461-466. PMID: 28435496

3. Zachrison KS, Hayden EM, Schwamm LH, Espinola JA, Sullivan AF, Boggs KM, Raja AS, Camargo CA Jr. Characterizing New England emergency departments by telemedicine use. West J Emerg Med 2017; 18: 1055-1060. PMID: 29085537