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Jason Busch

Jason Busch served as an associate editor for EMS World from 2011–2015.

Telemedicine isn’t a new idea. But for many years, what seemed like a great idea in principle failed to live up to its potential in practice. “Today we have a convergence of telemedicine…
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A recent quarterly update on airway management research from Airway World discussed four new studies concerning the management of patient airways in the prehospital and in-hospital settings. During…
The safety and design standards for ambulances in the U.S. will soon be changing, but while the new requirements are supposed to be in place by 2016, the industry has yet to reach consensus on just…
Ambulances are synonymous with EMS, but what happens when patients are located someplace an ambulance can’t go—a heavily wooded hiking trail, a crowded urban area in the midst of a major…
The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) represents a sea-change in the way EMS and other public safety entities communicate with one another. And that improved interoperability will lead to…
For a lot of EMS providers, it’s difficult to imagine an entire country not having a single ambulance. But until August 2014 that was a reality in the West African nation of Burkina Faso. Now,…
Ed's Note: Registration is now open for the MIH Summit, April 28, Washington, D.C. Visit MIHSummit.com. This past summer, the second round of Health Care Innovation Awards were distributed by the…
Agencies across the U.S. are developing unique teams to support the increasing need for rapid response during active shooter events. From Wake County EMS in Raleigh, NC, to the Arlington County (VA)…
Ask anyone who works in EMS and they’ll agree—the back of an ambulance is far from a safe work environment. The good news is ambulance manufacturers are always striving to make their…
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