Funding
The Statement of Activities for the Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2013 reflects NCTTRAC’s unaudited financial activity for the last fiscal year. NCTTRAC receives funding through contracts and grants from DSHS as well as revenue from unrestricted organizational activities, such as member dues and sponsorships. Contract and grant funding sources for the Fiscal Year ended August 31, 2013 include the following:

  EMS/RAC
The purpose of these funds is to assist in the enhancement and delivery of patient care in the EMS and Trauma Service Care System. Administrative support functions are the principal activities supported by this contract with the intent to enhance and improve delivery of EMS and trauma patient care in the nineteen county region served by NCTTRAC.
  Tobacco/RAC
The purpose of these funds is to assist in maintaining and improving the Texas EMS/Trauma System to reduce morbidity and mortality due to injuries. These funds support programmatic functions related to the NCTTRAC Regional Patient Registry (REG*E) as well as provide educational programs and public education materials for members.
  Local Project Grants
The purpose of these funds is to conduct pre-hospital program activities to develop, upgrade, or expand emergency medical services systems. The funds received during 2013 were used to purchase almost 1000 backboards for EMS. The EMS Committee created a distribution policy that addresses the challenges of how backboards are used and returned in the DFW area. This program will show significant improvement in that process.
  EMS/County Assistance
The purpose of these funds is similar to the EMS/RAC funds, to assist in the enhancement and delivery of patient care in the EMS and Trauma care system. The most significant difference is that these funds are paid directly to qualifying EMS Providers to support supplies, education and training, communications equipment, and vehicles.
The purpose of these funds is to enhance the ability of participating hospitals and healthcare facilities to improve surge capacity and enhance community and hospital preparedness for public health emergencies. This is achieved at the local and regional level through designated capabilities and benchmarks designated by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response.

read more...

Copyright 2017
Prepare . Support . Respond

                 
redtubepornsex fuckporns longanalporno plusteenporn xvideospornx teen hard porno sexfunporn bestepornosex