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EMS World June 2018

1806 EMSW

The June issue offers the EMS World Salary Survey, the industry's most comprehensive look at what EMS professionals earn, as well as a data/technology cover package that includes features on data-driven decision-making and patient safety culture. Also in this issue: reporting from EMS On the Hill Day; Mike Rubin's guide to better writing; and a critical look at mobile stroke units. 

Joshua D. Hartman, MBA, NRP
With new leadership comes expanded education offerings for EMS and others in public safety.
Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, NREMT
Its top recommendations focused on quality measures and the value of EMS data.
Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP, FAHA
A new study looks at gaps among EMS leaders and frontline workers.
What are the average EMT and paramedic salaries in 2020?
Mike Rubin
Help readers find value in your work.
Orlando J. Dominguez, Jr., MBA, RPM
For a high-performing team, workers must buy in and stay committed.
John Erich
Dedicated stroke ambulances are proliferating, but their data isn’t yet showing better outcomes.
Lee Varner, MSEMS, CPPS, EMT-P
To improve it, you must start by measuring it—here’s how.
Jeffrey L. Jarvis, MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP, FAEMS
The data sets we have in EMS should guide further questions and research.
Valerie Amato; Jonathan Bassett; Scott Cravens, EMT; Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP; Joshua D. Hartman, MBA, NRP
NAEMT’s EMS On the Hill Day brought advocates and legislators together for dialogue and debate.
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