North Jefferson County Ambulance District Improving Time-Critical Diagnosis with In Motion Technology

Real-time communications from EMS to hospital reduces critical care time


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In Motion Technology, the leader in flexible, secure and enduring wireless systems that improve an organizations’ ability to communicate on the move, announced today that North Jefferson County Ambulance District (NJCAD), a public governmental entity serving the citizens of Northwest Jefferson County, is improving patient care by reducing time critical diagnosis (TCD) with the help of the onBoard™ Mobile Gateway.

The Gateway allows NJCAD paramedics to securely send ECG and patient data from the field to the emergency room, so doctors can make a preliminary diagnosis and direct care immediately. Heart and brain injury patients will benefit from a reduction in critical diagnosis time and NJCAD will improve patient care and outcomes.

After being dispatched, the Gateway provides crews with secure connectivity so they can complete paperwork/billing, review schedules, check emails and perform other administrative tasks. This keeps ambulances and medics on the road, increasing utilization and efficiency, and reducing response times.

“With In Motion Technology’s onBoard™ system we are able to decrease door-to- balloon times and enable the ERs to be better prepared for patient arrivals, said John Scullin, Chief, North Jefferson County Ambulance District. “Knowing seconds count, we are committed to providing the best care we can for our patients and reducing time critical diagnosis.”

In Motion Technology’s onBoard™ Mobile Gateway extends the emergency room to the field, enabling medics to provide improved pre-hospital care. The Gateway turns ambulances into wireless hotspots, providing seamless, secure connectivity to tablets, laptops, 12-Lead ECGs, scanners, printers and other devices in and around the ambulance. The onBoard™ Mobility Manager provides the ability to analyze information from each Gateway in the field via a dashboard which shows ambulance locations, and monitors vehicle diagnostics, devices and networks.

“In Motion Technology is building the communications platform that will ensure NJCAD EMS is equipped with the most reliable solution to support all their devices and applications,” said Tony Morris, In Motion Technology’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We are proud to be their mobile networking infrastructure partner.”

About North Jefferson County Ambulance District (NJCAD)
The North Jefferson County Ambulance District (NJCAD) is a public governmental entity and serves the citizens of Northwest Jefferson County with Emergency Medical Services (EMS), 24 hours a day. NJCAD’s medical control and protocols are under St. Anthony's Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Each ambulance is staffed with two highly trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) or Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedics (EMT-P's) and with state of the art emergency medical equipment and supplies. For more information, please visit North Jefferson County Ambulance District at

About In Motion Technology Inc.
In Motion Technology is the leader in flexible, secure and enduring wireless systems to improve organization’s ability to communicate on the move. For EMS, In Motion Technology securely and reliably connects medics with the ER and operations which improves response times and patient outcomes. The company’s patented “Mobile Wireless Hot Spot System” (US Patent #7,382,771) turns ambulances into mobile ERs by creating a mobile wireless hotspot which connects wired and wireless devices like tablets, laptops, 12-Lead ECGs, video cameras, scanners, and printers to the hospital over any wireless network. The onBoard Mobility Manager enables IT administrators to remotely manage the mobile network, view the location of the fleet and be alerted of communications issues in real time. The onBoard Connection Manager enables EMS agencies to cost-effectively secure data through the system using any wireless network, without the need for software on each device. Today, In Motion’s solutions are used by more than 350 municipal, healthcare, public safety, transportation and utility organizations worldwide. For more information, please call Stephanie Hughes-White at 604.523.2371 ext.541 or visit In Motion Technology at or and



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