Mobile Health Care
Healthcare is in the midst of a mobile transformation, and recent research indicates there's no end in sight to mobile technology use in patient care. Use this topic to stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends concerning mobile healthcare.
Full list of Mobile Health Care results
MIH program between paramedics, hospitals produces significant results–
Individuals enrolled in the MIH program receive home visits from paramedics over a four-week period
Excellance, Inc. equips mobile stroke treatment units with CT scanners to diagnose, treat on the scene–
Excellance, Inc. finishes new Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit for Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
(Webinar) Taking the nation's pulse: The 2019 Fitch/EMS1 Trend Report–
Fitch & Associates
Learn more about the trends that are shaping the field of EMS from our discussion of the 2019 EMS1 Trend Report
Prove It: Mobile stroke care improves patient outcome–
A mobile stroke unit offers specially trained personnel and equipment which can provide remote diagnosis and evidence-based management to patients for definitive treatment
Va. EMS to use mobile ultrasound to better treat patients–
EMS providers will be able to email photos or videos to hospital officials before arriving
Rush Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit by Excellance–
Rush University Medical Center discusses their new Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit manufactured by Excellance, Inc.
Can metro fire departments afford community health programs?–
Tucson's pilot program is pulling habitual 911 callers out of the system, here's how
Ethics in EMS: 10 things you need to know to save lives–
Principles for the ethical EMS provider
Inside EMS Podcast: Proving the value of mobile integrated healthcare programs–
Our co-hosts discuss the first set of standardized measures to evaluate, benchmark and publicly report the outcomes of EMS-based MIH programs
MSTU Redundant Air Conditioning–
Excellance, Inc. has a new video series to help agencies better understand their new units. This video focuses on the redundant air conditioning on the Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit manufactured by Excellance.
Lactate and Sepsis: 10 things you need to know to save lives–
Lactate may be used to identify a common killer in the prehospital environment
Community paramedicine: How EMS can work smarter, not harder–
Progressive programs like community paramedicine and MIH are important steps towards fixing a flawed, inefficient health care system
'Hangover IV' marketed as dehydration cure–
Partygoers and professionals alike are embracing IVs for rehydration therapy
Paramedic virtual reality check: Don’t expect rapid prehospital adoption of VR technology–
Augmented reality, with heads-up display devices and conductive swath devices, has the potential to improve patient assessment and care
3 rules for telling a memorable EMS grant story–
Write a compelling narrative with passion, conflict and resolution to engage grant application reviewers in your project
Excellance's Mobile Stroke Unit In Action and Saving Lives–
The Cleveland Clinic shows how the Mobile Stroke Unit by Excellance saves brain function and lives.
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