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Dear Paramedic Chief Member,

In this month of Paramedic Chief eNews, Drs. Brent Myers and Remle Crowe break down the EMS benchmark report — now in its second year. They dig deeper into five key metrics and two additional measures.

Also, EMS1 Columnist Mike Taigman has five tips you can use to captivate your audience during EMS presentations.

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ARTICLE BITES
Measuring the impact of a telehealth program on ambulance transports
By Al Lulla, M.D., NAEMSP, EMS1 Contributor
The feasibility of a telehealth program within a large EMS system highlights progress in matching healthcare resources with patient needs.
BETTER EMS
Great learner-centered presentations for EMS presenters
By Mike Taigman, EMS1 Columnist
Follow these five tips to captivate your audience, include easy-to-see visuals, follow the rule of sevens and avoid panel discussions that will put your audience to sleep.
EMPOWER LEADERS
3 factors to change a stubborn EMS culture
By Xavier A. De La Rosa, EMS1 Contributor
Culture change at any organization isn’t easy. Here are three factors that help.
FROM THE BP VAULT
Charging for medical records: Patients vs. lawyers
By Ryan S. Stark, Esq., EMS1 Columnist
Lawyer requests for medical records are not limited by HIPAA cost-based fees.
PARAMEDIC CHIEF NEWS
Trauma takes its toll on EMS providers, 911 telecommunicators
How the new American Paramedic Association focuses on providers
ePCR implementation: Changing a hard-copy culture
6 ways to improve roadway operations safety for emergency responders
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