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PCRF Educational Articles

CARES data reveals some stark differences.
Needlessly flying low-risk patients costs a lot of money.
Does the ride-share service’s entry into markets reduce ambulance use?
Don’t withhold it, but mind the initial and total dose administered.
A study uses cognitive task analysis to understand caregivers’ choices.
New research has implications for EMS education and teacher training programs.
Teaching it could help providers understand their encounters from other perspectives.
Can a comparison of approaches determine what works best?
How do they break down, and do CME offerings reflect their differences?
A public-safety training effort shows less-than-impressive results. 
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