*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Build a sustainable telehealth program; Listen: Future of EMS education
September 15, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear Paramedic Chief member,

In this Paramedic Chief eNewsletter, read as Matt Zavadsky outlines how to build a sustainable EMS telehealth program, and listen to a discussion about the future of EMS education on The EMS Educator podcast. 

— The EMS1 Team
Quick-Take: Building a sustainable economic model for an EMS telehealth program
By Matt Zavadsky 
Learn where to find willing partners and payers for an EMS telehealth navigation program
What does the future hold for EMS education?
By The EMS Educator 
Education models, quality control, culture hurdles and British tacos with Antevy and Bouthillet
Quality you trust when seconds count
When securing the airway, time is critical – Go with the technique you are familiar with – Go with the KARL STORZ C-MAC Pocket Monitor

Find out more
Why all fire and EMS personnel should watch ‘Events at the U.S. Capitol, as told by DC FEMS’
By Greg Friese, MS, NRP 
The chief officers, firefighters, EMTs and paramedics who responded to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol describe responding to the ill and injured
Medical direction: Stepping up the ladder
By Casey Patrick, MD, FAEMS 
Communication applications, tech allow real-time feedback on critically ill patients; enable error-insulated hospital reporting
Buddy to boss: A new approach
By Robbie MacCue, FP-C, MBA 
Redesigning what it means to be a boss
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