Closing the communication gap: How a hospital and EMS system is reducing time to treatment (white paper)
Learn how CarolinaEast Medical Center is providing STEMI patients with the best possible care by streamlining communication between EMS providers and clinicians
Sponsored by Pulsara
By Sarah Calams for EMS1 BrandFocus
If crews are transporting a STEMI patient, the recommended intervention time for the best success rate is within 90 minutes of first medical contact. But when a majority of that time is already eaten up by patient transport, it is even more important that the hospital has all the available patient information up front so they can mobilize appropriate resources prior to patient arrival.
Download this free white paper to learn how CarolinaEast Medical Center reduced treatment times for STEMI patients brought by ambulance by adopting Pulsara, a smartphone-based communications platform that provides real-time, streamlined communication between providers and clinicians.
In this case study, you’ll learn:
- What improvements CarolinaEast was looking to achieve.
- How they handled STEMI calls before and after implementing Pulsara.
- How the hospital and EMS system funded the purchase.
- How the change benefits patients, EMS providers and hospital staff.
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