SafetyPAD Enterprise Reduces D.C. 9-1-1 Call Volume

The upgraded 9-1-1 system will improve location identification and allow witnesses of emergencies to send photos or videos to dispatchers.
Android Emergency Location Service sends a caller's exact location from an Android headset to dispatch centers.
Twiage is an app that connects EMS providers with emergency physicians to speak en route to the hospital while entering vital information about the patient they are treating.
JVCKENWOOD will be featuring new products at the IWCE 2018 event which will celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the introduction of NEXEDGE digital radio technology in North America.
The communications platform was honored in the category of Mobile Healthcare Innovation.
FuelER helps first responders track fuel usage on their mobile devices for each apparatus used by their department.
The new company will be named Juvare and operate as an independent company following the close of the Intermedix healthcare division sale to R1 RCM Inc.
R1 RCM Inc., a revenue cycle management provider, will now be able to provide its services to Intermedix, including its EMS and physician division.
Kari's Law eliminates the need for any additional digits to initiate a 9-1-1 call on multi-line phones.
Continuum® Earth provides a navigable map for public safety agencies to view live camera feeds, unit location, public transit, incidents and more during events.
NENA members met with policymakers to discuss major improvements for the 9-1-1 system.
Users trained in CPR are alerted by the app of people nearby experiencing cardiac arrest.
Dispatch center communications are expected to evolve in ways that would allow home appliances and wristbands to call 9-1-1 for patients who are unable to do so.
The concept vehicle will be displayed at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show from February 10-19.
Northwest Ottawa County fire departments used a $60K grant to purchase ZOLL's AutoPulse Resuscitation System, increasing cardiac arrest save rates by at least 30%.