With increasing pressure from government and private insurers, the medical industry is finally making changes that will result in more cost-effective, yet better-performing, health care.
Investigators haven't found evidence confirming a witness' claim that the truck was on fire before it crossed the median and collided with the bus, killing 10.
A medical exam after the derailment that killed four and injured more than 70 people revealed he had "severe obstructive sleep apnea"
The number of confirmed dead increased from 18 to 21; searchers are worried about dysentery, tetanus and contamination
Mayor: 'Words cannot repay the debt of gratitude that we owe these men and their loved ones.... They put themselves in harm's way so that others may be safe.'
With more evidence that keeping people on long spineboards does more harm than good, they will use backboards when moving patients to the ambulance, but then roll them onto a cot during transport ...
It will open May 15 for families, rescue personnel and others directly affected by the tragedy.
The medic narrates what happened when two people stole an ambulance while he was sleeping in the back.
The New York building explosions, followed by a Texas driver who plowed through a crowd are good reminders to always be prepared. Having two high-profile EMS incidents occur within a few hours ...
When it comes to Las Vegas Fire & Rescue increasing its share of emergency transportation services, data on factors like response times and resuscitation rates should show the research behind ...
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