Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, all data will be transferred to the new database.

Ventilator use in patients with advanced airways
Waveform capnography ventilated patients
First attempt tracheal tube (TT) success
DASH 1A-Definitive airway “sans” hypoxia/hypotension on first attempt
Verification of TT placement
Rapid Sequence intubation protocol compliance
Appropriately sized cuffed tracheal tube for pediatric patients (29 days to 17 years)
Use of supraglottic airway devices (SADs) as primary invasive airway devices in transport patients
Rate of transfusion-related allergic reactions
Unintended neonatal hypothermia
Blood glucose check for altered mental status
Appropriate management of blood pressure for aortic emergencies
Steroids administered to asthmatics prior to arrival at destination hospital
Management of hypertension in hemorrhagic stroke
Reliable pain assessment
Antibiotic administration as early goal directed therapy for patients with suspected sepsis
Appropriate management of hemorrhagic shock
Patient temperature
Neonatal therapeutic hypothermia
Adult therapeutic hypothermia
Lung protective ventilation for transport patients
Non-invasive positive pressure ventilation (NPPV) failure during transport
Rate of CPR performed during transport
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) effectiveness for transport patients
Average mobilization time of the transport team
Scene and bedside times for STEMI activation
Bedside time for transport patients
High Risk OB: Seizures
High Risk OB: Persistent Hypertension
High Risk OB: Delivery during transport
Clinical Documentation
Medication errors on transport
Unplanned dislodgement of therapeutic devices
Rate of Serious Reportable Events (SREs)
Incidence of hypoxia during transport
Medical equipment failure
Adverse drug event during transport
Patient near miss or precursor adverse events
Rate of transport-related patient injuries
Rate of transport-related crew injuries
Vehicle crash/collision

Customizable reports are available through a Live Reporting Tool including patient type (neonatal, pediatric, adult), transport mode (surface, rotor wing, fixed wing), region and program size.

GAMUT continues to remain the premier transport quality collaborative. Due to the overwhelming value to our members and to remain competitive in continuously improving the resources for our users, GAMUT™ can no longer remain a free database. We spent many hours deliberating to determine a fee structure that is fair for our dedicated users, especially in comparison to other healthcare databases. We can assure you that the fee structure is situated to allow us to invest in our ability to advance and improve the GAMUT™ experience for users and improve transport quality for the patients and families we serve.

Many new enhancements including:

  • Streamlined simplistic data input process for monthly transport unit data collection
  • New reporting functions
  • Improved quality of data verification
  • Notification of missing data
  • CAMTS accreditation-ready reporting
  • Interactive graphs with improved data visualization
  • QI learning collaboratives for training and improvement
  • 40+ consensus quality metrics
  • Clarification of frequently discussed metrics
  • Options for additional user roles and responsibilities
  • Executive-ready summaries

Select the "Join GAMUT" tab located on the website (, then select "Existing GAMUT Member" to be directed to complete survey.

GAMUT™ allows programs to choose the number of bases they wish to submit data as well as which metrics you wish to report.

No, only you can see your organization's name and data.

For additional information, please contact or call (330) 510-2226