A patient in cardiac arrest only has 600 seconds before death become irreversible.

The life-saving potential of a Telephone CPR program is stronger than any other clinical intervention in managing out of hospital cardiac arrest.

With an estimated 350,000 OHCA events annually, each presenting a 10-minute window for survival, telecommunicators are the critical first, first responders in the chain of survival.

The good news is, you don’t have to solve this for your PSAP on your own.

Discover RQI® Telecommunicator—comprehensive quality improvement program from the leaders in resuscitation response.

Want to know more about how RQI® Telecommunicator can make an impact in your PSAP?  Click the link to access  a complimentary webinar, 600 Seconds: It’s About Time to Save a Life, hosted by David LaCombe, Director of Resuscitation Academy Programs.

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Watch Our Complimentary Webinar: 600 Seconds: It’s About Time to Save a Life

“Bystander CPR rates are highest in communities where public safety answering points (PSAPs), or dispatch centers, provide telephone CPR (T-CPR) instructions.”

— Michael Christopher Kurz, MD, MS-HES, FACEP, FAHA,
Chair of American Heart Association T-CPR task-force

RQI Telecommunicator is a low dose, high-frequency, blended learning and quality improvement program designed to help PSAPs save more lives from cardiac arrest.

  • Prepares the first First Responders with preparation equivalent to EMS and Fire Services
  • Delivers a blueprint for action: ready to go, out of the box. Improvement starts with implementation
  • Offloads the burden of management and maintenance of a Telephone CPR program from the PSAP
  • Site-specific, personal support from a RQI-T Coach and review of 100% cardiac arrest calls. Reporting and analytics to demonstrate compliance with performance goals and benchmarks.
  • Complies fully with the scientific Telephone CPR Guidelines issued by the American Heart Association.