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MEMSIS is the Mississippi Emergency Medical Services Information System.

MEMSIS is a comprehensive web based software system designed to aid the state in managing the information and processes associated with maintaining individuals and providers, and collecting statewide incident data.

Agencies Reporting

Mississippi requires submission from all licensed EMS agencies. Mandatory reporting requirements are detailed in the Mississippi EMS Rules and Regulations. Items of note include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • All licensed EMS agencies must submit, electronically, required data elements for each run and/or patient transported.
  • All Mississippi minimum EMS data is due within fourteen (14) days of date of call to the BEMS office.
  • More frequent submissions may be required by the State Health Officer or his/her designee for real time syndromic surveillance.
  • Returns for missing or incorrect data may result in a penalty as outlined under Miss. Code Ann Section 41-59-45, paragraph.

See below for a complete description of MEMSIS data elements.

Last reviewed on Jun 12, 2019 request edits

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