Full list of Financial Planning results
Houston approves ambulance fee hike, additional EMS charges–
Taking a city ambulance to the hospital will go up nearly 70 percent that fire department leaders hope will help Houston keep pace with rising costs
Fiscal things that can go bump in the night–
From changes in the payor mix, to compliance issues and data breeches, don’t hide under the covers when fiscal challenges rear their ugly heads
How one agency cut injuries and boosted morale with a powered patient transport system–
MedStar Mobile Healthcare in Texas reduced lost-time hours by 86 percent in the first year after adopting Stryker’s powered patient transport system
How to calculate the EMS value equation for chronic inebriates–
A data-driven approach can be applied to determine the value of a community paramedic intervention for specific types of frequent EMS transports
Austin seeks $38M bond to renovate fire, EMS stations–
"We literally have been waiting for decades for some of these improvements," Austin Firefighters Association President Bob Nicks said
Pa. EMS providers seek higher reimbursements for services–
Low reimbursement from government and private health insurers have put many of Pennsylvania's ambulance companies in a financial vise
Understanding value and how it relates to EMS costs–
EMS should utilize a data-driven approach to value management that considers both quality and costs
Why EMS providers need living wills–
It is not easy to speak about living wills. But for every first responder, it’s a conversation worth having.
How joining a first responder credit union can increase your savings–
When you switch to a credit union for EMS and fire professionals, you may receive higher APY rates on savings and IRA accounts
How to increase your EMT salary–
EMS salaries aren't set in stone. Here's how to make more money.
10 New Year's resolutions for paramedics–
Here are 10 resolutions for personal and professional success in the year ahead
Flow chart: What type of credit card should you pick?–
According to EMS1 data, EMTs are 1.23 times more likely than other consumers to have a credit card. Are you selecting the correct one?
3 critical financial indicators to watch–
Understanding and measuring these 3 metrics provides leaders with a snapshot of their organization’s financial health
How to find child care to fit your odd EMT schedule–
Working outside of traditional 9-5 office hours makes finding a sitter challenging – here is your solution.
7 things you should and should not spend your first paramedic paycheck on–
A brand-new EMS paycheck may bring on spending temptation -- but resist the urge to splurge.
NC county absorbs private ambulance company–
The county will take over the private company in an effort to keep EMS available to local communities
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