It's a brand new concept device, but the development team behind Ubuntu linux is creating a smart phone with the capability to be a desktop as well as a phone. Simply plug into keyboard and screen and you have a decently powerful PC. It dual boots Android and Linux as well as being optimized for both a mobile and desktop interface. Or in other words, you could have an application on one device. Enter the on-site information there, then plug said device in at the patrol shack and use a traditional mouse and keyboard to enter the rest of the data. All on one device so no cumbersome file transfers. Write the app to send all the data to a computer on site, and voila you have an easy record of all your data.
There is one slight implementation problem I do see arising however. It runs somewhat tangent to Veteran's theories. While I disagree that there is going to be a grand conspiracy to prevent accurate statistics, patient privacy is going to be a concern. The application would have to be written in a way that the reports are submitted to an on site server and then removed from the device. I would have to assume that patient privacy rights would prohibit a patrol member from keeping all that data on their personal cell phone or tablet. So either the data has to be uploaded to a server and wiped, or the resort would need to invest in a series of devices that would stay at the mountain. The latter option I am guessing would still be quite cost prohibitive even with the dropping cost of smart devices.