John Erich

En diciembre pasado tuvo lugar un ataque terrorista en el interior del Inland Regional Center (IRC) de San Bernardino. Los tiradores identificados como Syed Rizwan Farook y Tashfeen Malik mataron a 14 e hirieron a más de 20 en su lugar de trabajo en un evento de las festividades.
Two of the biggest players in the ambulance market are joining forces. 
The organization is already at work influencing pertinent legislation. 
U.S., Canadian efforts give systems solid bases for practice. 
The IHI’s Dave Williams presented some case studies at the NAEMSP annual meeting.
Under a new policy, the insurer will reimburse treatment that doesn’t require the emergency department.
A flight provider’s new mnemonic may help predict difficult intubations.
EMS World celebrates its 45th year with a review of the most significant moments in the history of modern prehospital care.
Starting next year, the insurer will reimburse treatment that doesn’t require the emergency department.
Las Vegas and Orlando massacres set a solemn tone for the normally festive event.
Fire and EMS agencies are increasingly turning to body armor for protection—is it right for you?
What’s new and what’s concerning to experts in EMS transportation?
How should we approach these challenging scenes, and what should we expect from others?