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Technologies require these four attributes to truly unite all the players in emergency response
Learning how difficult call assignments can be made and where the industry is headed next
A lack of accurate data tracking led LogRX CEO and Founder Clive Savacool to redefine what pharmacology accountability looks like for street-level medics
MVC Incident Visualization software will help traffic safety officers identify high-risk areas and trends
Three strategic experts bring a wealth of knowledge to customer success and sales divisions
FedRAMP authorization allows First Due to provide solutions to all federal agencies across the globe
No matter the incident’s size, scanning patient wristbands keeps all responders and clinicians united
The new module streamlines processes, ensuring that assessments are performed fully and efficiently while capturing comprehensive, actionable data
Whether you need a professional biller or just billing software, this company works to make it easy
First Due’s comprehensive suite is designed specifically for EMS operations and includes highly configurable NEMSIS v.3.4 and 3.5 compliant ePCR software and applications for scheduling, assets, training, events, and more.
ESO’s all-in-one Logistics Management software saves you time and money while maintaining response-ready status for your community
Blending technology and human-driven care to navigate language barriers and make the scene safer
Clinicians should be aware of how ventricular-assist devices work and what distress signs to look for in patients
The time has come for electric vehicles in EMS
How a state’s wristband system and Pulsara redefined safety at the Texas Renaissance Festival
ACETECH reps will be in BOOTH #26 at the Arrowhead EMS Conference & Expo in Duluth, Minnesota January 17-21
A new version is tailored for EMS, and enhanced guidance will improve burn care
Assistance is available from the U.S. government, but local systems have important responsibilities
Pioneering patient management and communication tools may be the answer to enhancing provider job satisfaction and combating EMS retention problems
STAR Ambulance’s journey to enhancing patient care delivery and the employee experience
A majority of EMS1 respondents are split between two shift options – do you agree?
Specialized software helps fire/EMS keep on top of their assets, inventory and checklists
Low-cost options for improving dispatch, scheduling and resource management
Due to the attack, Dallas-Fire Rescue had to resort to a rudimentary method of manual dispatching that relies on radio communication
Despite the best efforts of EMS providers, gaps persist – learn what goes into them and what you can do about them.
Proper inventory, tracking and reporting on the use of these drugs protects both practitioners and patients
Tracking narcotics on paper leaves many gaps that can lead to major problems for any department or organization
Here’s how one agency made move-ups easy