EMS definition

EMS means the respective Energy Management Systems utilized by the Parties to manage the flow of energy within their Regions.

Examples of EMS in a sentence

Case study on local gastrointestinal outbreak detectionWe tested our SyS concept for EMD, EMS and ED, and for different syndromes and purposes, based on retrospective analyses of historical data from regional emergency systems in four countries [12].

DatasetsWe analysed data from the EMD centre in the state of Tyrol, Austria (EMD-AT dataset), data from EMS staffed by EP in the state of Tyrol, AustriaEmergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe 2435 (EP-AT dataset), the county of Goeppingen, Germany (EP-DE dataset) and the country of Belgium (EP-BE dataset), and data from an ED in a university hospital in the city of Santander, Spain (ED-ES dataset).

DHS will further explain program priorities in the Program Guidance upon publication thereof.(1) EMS Operations and Safety Program Five different activities may befunded under this program area: EMS training, EMS equipment, EMS personal protective equipment, wellness and fitness, and modifications to facilities.

DHS does not believe creating a nonaffiliated EMS program is a substantial and sufficient benefit under the program.Specific rating criteria and priorities for each of the grant categories are provided below following the descriptions of this year’s eligible programs.

We defined a minimum standard dataset as input for the SyS system that is applicable for EMD, EMS and ED, defined the data flow, selected statistical analytical methods for detecting unusual aberrations, and described ways of reporting the output.


More Definitions of EMS

EMS means emergency medical service as defined in section 4765.01 of the Revised Code.
EMS means emergency medical services where Emergency Medical Technicians, Emergency Medical Technicians – Advanced, Paramedics and Emergency Medical Dispatchers are employed.