App Assists Manitoba Paramedics

App Assists Manitoba Paramedics

Video May 26, 2016

A new app for paramedics, created by software company Consultica, helps them verify patient protocols, review medical dosages and access real-time hospital locations.

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%.
Emergency Reporting’s LOSAP tracking tools and reports have been enhanced to create a highly customized and user-friendly experience.
Louisiana's unclear telemedicine regulations are being reevaluated to ensure patients continue receiving high quality care.
NCH Healthcare System's virtual visit program allows patients to connect with doctors via video platforms like Facetime for only $45.
The Vital ICE app stores important information like a patient's medication list, blood type, and emergency contacts so EMS personnel can provide the best individual care.
Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management strongly supports the implementation of the new and improved FCC Wireless Emergency Alert Plan.
Unmanned aircraft seem poised to play a bigger role in emergency response. 
The collaboration supports rural healthcare providers with the goal of improving patient outcomes in Kansas through the Redivus mobile clinical decision app.
A specialized free app intelligence system delivers verified alerts within two minutes of mass shootings, terror threats, and terror attacks anywhere in the world.
Emergency responders using Twiage will be able to share HIPAA-compliant patient data in real-time with Steward’s emergency departments.