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EMS World July 2015
This month we focus on MCI response, the payer's perspective on MIH-CP programs, clinical care protocols from the Gathering of Eagles Conference and prehospital stabilization of unstable neonates.
With retirement comes time to second-guess yourself.
Evidence-Based EMS: Disaster Scenarios and Psychological First Aid
Kurt Eifling, MD
What’s the best we can do for those who are suffering mentally?
James J. Augustine, MD, FACEP
A white-powder letter sparks a workplace hazmat scare.
EMS State of the Sciences Conference: Telehealth Project Helps Cut Transports in Houston
By dialing up docs, crews can guide low-acuity patients to alternative dispositions.
Mobile Integrated Healthcare Part 7: The Payer's Perspective on MIH-CP Programs
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
How to make a case for funding your mobile integrated healthcare/community paramedicine project.
The Boston Bombing Review: What Went Right and Wrong?
An after-action report evaluates the response to the 2013 terrorist attack.
How FirstNet Will Broaden Communications
The wireless broadband network is intended to connect police, fire and EMS through smartphones and similar mobile devices.
Specialty Vehicles Assist Disaster Response
Five considerations for effectively preparing for mass casualty incidents
Ease of Use Among SMART Triage Benefits
The design of the tags makes it simple to change a patient's condition.
A Better Way to Stop Bleeding: QuikClot Combat Gauze Gives Providers Fast Flexibility
QuikClot Combat Gauze gives providers fast flexibility.
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