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EHEST study highlights the “most promising” technological systems that can prevent accidents.
Practical scenarios requiring critical thinking are invaluable in preparing EMS providers for real-world challenges
New technologies illustrate how first responder community input on capability gaps drives solutions.
U.S. Metropolitan Municipalities EMS Medical Directors Consortium offers best steps in Ebola preparedness
At a time when healthcare providers are being asked to do more with less, Eagle County’s program is realizing increased savings.
Training shown to significantly increases EMTs’ knowledge about opioid-associated overdoses and confidence in responding to one with naloxone.
We screen every patient contact with the quick EMS “TSA Screening” for Ebola.
Inspirational leaders are able to develop an effective organizational vision and build team spirit, as well as a
meaningful work environment.
Ebola’s scary; here are some steps for protecting your ambulance.
Exclusive event brings together experts in the fast-growing field of integrated healthcare.
Mobile telemedicine is now more than just video
Difficult pediatric airways, mandibular fixation and more
When any new disease threat emerges, science should prevail over fear and emotion.
Theft in an agency does not just damage the reputation of a single department; the impact is felt across the industry.
The EIDS tool covers possible signs and symptoms that might be observed or known about a patient of interest.
Care of cancer emergencies and related problems.
Bystanders, police and EMTs can use Narcan safely.
When called to assist police, EMS personnel need to know how to treat injuries associated with less lethal weapons
"Principles for Establishing a Mobile Integrated Practice" provides detailed guide.
If the value of a healthcare system is measured by the quality of care based on costs, then there is room for improvement.
Staying abreast of new terminology will create stronger healthcare partnerships through better communication and understanding.
Nurse advice, alternative destinations and community medics seem to be working as hoped.
Integrated healthcare literature
A new report reviews post-discharge interventions and distills which seem most effective.
Pilots can apply safer approaches to flying by learning to deal with hazardous thoughts.