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EMS World June 2017

This month's issue profiles the work of NYCMedics, which is helping care for casualties during the ongoing fighting in Iraq. Additional content focuses on how technology is transforming EMS operations.

Mike Rubin
Paramedics with the right attributes can turn a part-time venture into a significant chunk of income.
Valerie Amato, NREMT
'Smart' ambulances' state-of-the-art technology improves care and communications while lowering costs.
Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP
At this year’s conference, top medical directors offered alternative treatment ideas for frequent and nonemergency users
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
Medics in this pilot study were allowed to review videos of calls and change their PCRs
Nancy Perry
U.S.-based agency provides medical response in Iraq
Rob Lawrence
There are many simple steps your agency can take to develop trust and foster respect.
NYCMedics is helping care for casualties during the ongoing fighting in Iraq
Patrick Lickiss, BS, NREMT-P
ePCRs give us more data more easily—here’s how to use it for better care
William E. "Gene" Gandy, JD, LP
When bronchodilators aren’t working, your patient is in jeopardy
Key indicators can help you determine if an improvement really enhances performance.
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