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There’s debate in the EMS community with regard to federal design standards for ambulances.
Proposed FAA rules & GAO study reveal complexities of regulation
The culture of safety varies among EMS agencies.
More than two dozen ambulance services are suing over Medi-Cal reimbursement.
Pinnacle keynote speaker Ed Racht discusses how health-care reform will impact EMS.
Credential falsification a serious problem for entire industry.
Community paramedics provide the right care, at the right time.
As part of the April EMS Insider article, '140 Characters Away from a PR Disaster, MedStar EMS shares its policy for employees on social networking.
Social networking can help EMS agencies improve their image or recruit, but in the wrong hands, it can create management and legal headaches.
The federal Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Proliferation and Terrorism reports that the U.S. is not prepared to respond to a biological weapons attack.
Facing budget cuts, Cleveland EMS is no longer automatically dispatching ambulances for non-life-threatening calls.
The small town of Eagle Valley (Colo.) has created a community paramedic program to increase access to health care in its rural area.
Study finds 47% of patients therapeutically cooled with an intra-nasal device survive to hospital discharge.
EMS Insider columnist weighs in on the recent MAST/Kansas City Fire Department merger and offers tips for effectively designing EMS systems.
Patrick Halley, director of government affairs for the National Emergency Number Association, discusses efforts to modernize public safety communications.
Work to roll out an H1N1 vaccine the first week of October continues despite "flu fatigue" among providers and the public.
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