National Registry of EMTs Awarded NBRI Circle of Excellence

National Registry of EMTs Awarded NBRI Circle of Excellence

The National Business Research Institute (NBRI) is pleased to confer the distinction of Customer Excellence upon National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and welcomes this organization to the NBRI Circle of Excellence.

“Customer Engagement drives Financial Performance,” said Dr. Jan G. West, Ph.D., CEO & Organizational Psychologist at NBRI. “This award is a result of National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians’ dedication to measuring and improving their Customer Engagement.”

The NBRI Circle of Excellence Award recognizes organizations that place a high value on customer engagement. These organizations demonstrate their dedication by conducting best in class survey research with NBRI and taking action based upon the results. NBRI commends the leadership of these organizations for their commitment to the Continuous Improvement Process and recognizes their achievements with the Circle of Excellence Award.

To qualify for this honor, the organization must score at or above Stretch Performance at the 75th benchmarking percentile when measured against their industry, or the organization must improve 5 or more benchmarking percentiles in total company score over the previous research study.

NBRI conducts Employee, Customer, and Market Research for businesses, and uses this data to help organizations leverage these human factors to make improvements to operations and strategy. With its extensive experience across all industries, NBRI’s research teams bring their clients a combination of deep industry knowledge and expert advice. NBRI’s mission is to help their Clients set new standards of excellence in their industries, and their product offerings, such as Root Cause Analysis, ensures their clients will focus on the most impactful issues.

The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians helps ensure consistency in the quality of medical treatment by providing a valid, uniform process to assess the knowledge and skills required for competent practice by EMS professionals throughout their careers and by maintaining a registry of certification status.

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National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, Inc.
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