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William W. Tollefsen, MD, MSc, MBA, FAEMS; Kelly Lannutti, DO; and Eugene Duffy, NRP, December 29, 2020
A hospital-based program pivots to manage a pandemic.
December 11, 2020
The Louisiana agency hopes to expand the service to wider area.
November 30, 2020
The draft standards will be available for comment until April 2021, with final standards due next fall.
October 18, 2020
A Dayton program helps with health management and connections to services and other resources.
October 14, 2020
Munjal was recognized for his leadership of the Mt. Sinai Community Paramedicine Program.
October 14, 2020
Comments are encouraged; the final standards will be released in fall 2021.
October 13, 2020
GD’s EIM-105 Prep-Check, a handheld, 3-lead, electrode impedance meter—along with the EIM-107 Prep-Check Plus—is the leading choice for researchers, cardiac centers, sleep centers, physicians and…
October 01, 2020
SeniorCare EMS in New York City uses specially trained paramedics to assess patients in their homes, consulting with Mt. Sinai physicians via telemedicine.  With expansion to pediatrics, point-…
Chip Franklin, NRP, October 01, 2020
We can do so much more for our patients than just medical care.
Jonathan Bassett, MA, NREMT, September 30, 2020
Community paramedicine in the heart of the nation’s largest city.
John Erich, September 16, 2020
Four community paramedics talk through a pair of challenging examples.
Valerie Amato, NREMT, August 24, 2020
There’s no quick fix to the pandemic, but EMS is certainly capable of being part of the solution.
August 03, 2020
The new advanced care model involves paramedics, nurses and other support staff to provide virtual and in-person care for patients transitioning from hospital to home.
Jacob Sorensen, July 24, 2020
Sacramento Metro Fire was called upon to help with outreach testing for COVID-19.
June 21, 2020
Marion County now has an additional tool to use in the fight on opioid addiction and drug overdosing.
June 21, 2020
The South Texas Emergency Care Foundation will test residents with virus symptoms after they call for ambulances.
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