InspiringApps Releases Updates for Emergency Medical Responder App

RescueNet ePCR iPad updates further streamline patient care reporting


See InspiringApps, in Product Connect | Friday, March 2, 2012

BOULDER, CO—InspiringApps recently released updates to their RescueNet ePCR for iPad product to further streamline patient care reporting for EMS and fire professionals. The updated release adds a billing extract feature allowing administrators to upload incidents directly to RescueNet Billing (provided by Zoll). This time saving and error reducing enhancement is a free upgrade for anyone utilizing RescueNet ePCR for iPad.

RescueNet ePCR for iPad is an electronic patient care reporting app available for emergency medical responders to take what has traditionally been a mountain of paperwork and turn it into easily managed electronic patient care reports. It allows for wireless printing, data synching across devices and offers NEMSIS data sets in accordance with current guidelines. RescueNet ePCR for iPad is being utilized by EMS and fire professionals around the country and costs two dollars per incident. InspiringApps works in partnership with Zoll Medical Corporation for the distribution of this technology.

InspiringApps, based in Boulder CO, builds engaging, intuitive mobile and web-based software applications for businesses. They specialize in providing high-tech solutions that streamline processes and make businesses run more efficiently.

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