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Oregon EMS Information System (OR-EMSIS)


The Oregon EMS Information System (OR-EMSIS) is Oregon's prehospital emergency medical services data system.


About the OR-EMSIS

OR-EMSIS is Oregon's prehospital emergency medical services data system. All licensed transporting EMS agencies submit patient care reports electronically to this central repository. If you have questions regarding required reporting please refer to our FAQ.

The objectives of the OR-EMSIS are to:

  • Provide a low barrier solution for agencies in Oregon for electronic documentation of EMS patient encounters
  • Serve as a Repository for data about EMS transports in Oregon
  • Provide patient care data to the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS)
  • Support agency clinical performance and quality improvement initiatives
  • Provide data for development and tracking of state and regional EMS performance
  • Provide data to support public health practice, research and education
  • Produce annual statistical reports

Transition to NEMSIS 3.5

NEMSIS 3.5 is an update to the national data standard for EMS patient care reports (ePCRs). This transition will require coordinated effort between the Oregon EMS & Trauma Systems program, EMS agencies, and ePCR vendors. Most of the major ePCR vendors in Oregon have secured NEMSIS compliance certification for their ePCR products. Watch for updates, training materials, and resources from the Oregon EMS & Trauma Systems program including emails, webinars, and videos. 

Resources for the rollout of NEMSIS 3.5 in Oregon:

If your agency is not yet live with the new data standard, we are here to help you. Here’s an overview of how to ensure you meet this deadline:

  1. Select your vendor
    The State of Oregon provides use of ImageTrend Elite at no cost for all EMS agencies in the state, or you may opt for another vendor. See above for a list of vendors with successful transition projects in the state.
  2. Make a transition plan
    Please ask the person at your agency responsible for EMS reporting to Oregon to respond to the NEMSIS 3.5 transition plan poll. It should only take a couple of minutes. Please respond even if you don’t know your plans yet.
  3. Review the appropriate transition checklist
    State ImageTrend System (pdf)
    Agency Other system (pdf)

For more information, see the Ambulance Service and Licensing page with information about complying with this mandate. If you have any questions, please reach out to our office at


Guides and videos for agencies and hospitals to efficiently use the EMS data system:


Access and Data Requests

For account assistance and data requests go to our SmartSheet Form Request and fill in the appropriate information.

This link will ask you to select the form appropriate for your needs. Refer to the table below to understand the uses of each form.

Performance Measures

This report is intended to assist health professionals who provide prehospital emergency medical care outside of the hospital, to assist local and state leaders in understanding and evaluating the delivery of prehospital emergency care in Oregon.

Data Strategic Plan

The Data Strategic Plan is intended to track the progress of the OR-EMSIS data system project. OHA has set objectives and goals which are tracked quarterly.

OR-EMSIS Updates

OR-EMSIS Studies

The Oregon EMS Committee is tasked to advise OHA with an annual study that uses the OR-EMSIS data. This is the first report presented by OHA to the public.


Agency Status

EMS Annual Data Reports