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Healthcare Is Expensive—It’s No Surprise
G. Christopher Kelly, November 22, 2019
A focus on surprise medical bills misunderstands how care has always been paid for.
College Degrees and the Affective Domain
Michael W. Schmitz, DO, MS, FACEP, November 09, 2019
Teach students how to think—and help them know what to think about.
EMS and POLST: A Big Deal That’s Long Overdue
Jonathon S. Feit, MBA, MA, November 04, 2019
Field providers need access to patients’ end-of-life documents.
Editorial: Got Life Insurance? Not If You Carry Narcan
Valerie Amato, NREMT, November 01, 2019
Denying carriers coverage prevents lives from being saved.
Guest Editorial: At EMS World Expo and Beyond, Learn to Teach, Teach to Learn
Ami Tomaszewski, October 01, 2019
From the Senior Editorial and Program Director: In my short time so far with EMS World, I’ve had the opportunity to be inspired by some pretty passionate educators. I’ve also seen incredibly eager…
Stories From the Streets: Empathy Above All
Raphael Poch, September 21, 2019
Israeli EMTs offer comfort in a Palestinian family’s moment of grief.
Real Talk: Lessons Learned in EMS
September 13, 2019
What lessons would you have wished someone advised you on earlier in your career?
On the Shoulders of a Giant: Remembering Jim Page
Doug Wolfberg, Steve Wirth, September 06, 2019
Colleagues of Page—known as "the founding father of modern-day EMS"—reflect on his legacy.
Guest Editorial: Three Little Words
Tracey Loscar, BA, NRP, August 30, 2019
Even the smallest of interventions can bring with it the unknown.
ALS and BLS: In Search of Symbiosis
Caterina DeGaetano-Morris, EMT-B, August 29, 2019
Paramedics bring important skills, but there’s more to the Basic’s job than calling them.
On the Midwest Route, the Fun Part Was True
Kate Passow, August 09, 2019
A National EMS Memorial Bike Ride leader tries a different leg.
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