John Erich is the senior editor for EMS World.
Here's what you should have learned from the Ebola outbreak.
Translating other people's data into your language.
First responders keep killing themselves—why is that, and what can we do about it?
U.S. Metropolitan Municipalities EMS Medical Directors Consortium offers best steps in Ebola preparedness
Paramedics vs. readmission; Care transitions and cost reduction
What NEMSIS version 3 and HL7 mean for EMS.
Biometric check-in ensures accurate management of personnel.
New architecture lets EMS ePCR data be extracted for hospitals.
Annual conference coming September 2–5.
An improved curriculum is helping the community paramedic profession grow up
Trauma care for kids: How is it different?
How direct interventions can cut expenses, providing better care for complex, high-cost patients.
Integrated healthcare literature
Ambulance researcher a Service to America finalist.
New format improves consistency, convenience
Wisconsin providers have it ready, but need assistance in getting it there
Can EMS experience produce a more well-rounded physician?
What can visually recording cardiac arrest resuscitations tell us?
Returning service members can suffer TBI, PTSD and more. Here's how to give them the care they deserve.
A ground ambulance standard from the accreditation organization is due next year.
Speed matters in helping those with sepsis. Here’s how we might do it faster.
The work of NIST, NIOSH and others will come together in the revision of NFPA 1917 and other planned projects.
New sounds will help draw attention.
The Abaris Group reviews the ambulance industry.
A review of what's new in the mobile integrated healthcare literature and how it could influence your delivery of care.