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New WTC Study Focuses on EMS Personnel

New research shows that EMS workers who went to Ground Zero suffer from poor health.

D.C. Mayor Adds More Ambulances

Mayor Muriel Bowser makes immediate changes to service during peak hours.

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Where in the World of EMS is A.J. Heightman?

A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P

You cant get there from here.

Reflecting on 35 Years of Innovation in JEMS

A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P

Take a walk through the last 35 years of EMS in JEMS.

Pro Bono: Documenting Patient Refusals

Douglas Wolfberg JD, EMT

Obtaining a signature is only the start of accepting refusal.

The Reasons Why EMS Systems Go Astray

Michael Touchstone, BS, EMT-P

Normalization of deviance doesn’t happen overnight.


The Knox-Box® Rapid Entry System is a proven system of high security products that helps EMS agencies to shorten response times and reduce forced entry property damage. Narcotic access can now be controlled and access audited with the new Knox® MedVault®.


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The ITClamp™ Hemorrhage Control System by iTraumaCare™ is designed to address severe hemorrhage in as little as 5 seconds. The device seals the skin closed to create a temporary hematoma under pressure, until the wound can be surgically repaired.


Resource Bridge

Be Prepared with Resource Bridge™ - Emergency management & alert notification - Resource and bed allocation - Hospital diversion status & reporting - Patient Tracking



EMS Service Bridge

Accelerate beyond data collection with EMS Service Bridge™ from ImageTrend. Service Bridge aggregates EMS data and provides new insights. Extend your automation and time savings with customizable run forms available through EMS Field Bridge™ or Field Bridge Xpress™ for field-based documentation, or integrations with CAD and billing solutions.



EMS Field Bridge

ImageTrend EMS Field Bridge™ is a pre-hospital patient care data collection and reporting application that is NEMSIS2 Gold compliant. Designed for speed and accuracy, EMS Field Bridge, with thousands of units in the field, assists medics in quickly generating complete, real-time electronic patient care reports in a mobile environment.



Billing Bridge™

Designed specifically for ambulance billing , built from the ground up with automation and improved workflows in mind. ImageTrend makes it quicker and easier to process collected data and submit claims for payment. Billing Bridge gives you invoicing, account management and reconciliation with reporting in one enterprise solution.



Health Information Hub™ (The Hub™)

ImageTrend Health Information Hub (The Hub) is the connection of multiple health data sources, such as EMS, hospitals, critical care transport and billing entities, brought together by ImageTrend’s robust network of products and services. We work with your community to create the right solution - your solution.


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Multiple Rescues, Patients at Toronto Fire

Toronto EMS treats several patients at the scene of a three-alarm fire.


Understanding Simulation Training in Paramedic Education – Follow-up Data from a NAEMSE Research Project

We have all heard in some iteration the saying “you can't know where you are going until you know...

Consistency Counts: The Impact of Mechanical CPR

In this webcast Memphis Fire Department EMS Medical Director Joe Holley, MD, describes the backgr...

A New Look at CPR: BLS Training Tailored to You

Join us on September 9th for an introduction to the newest BLS course, geared specifically toward...


Innovation & Advancement

This is the seventh year of the EMS 10 Innovators in EMS program, jointly sponsored by Physio-Control and JEMS. The program has a simple mission but a powerful objective: identify some of the best innovators in the EMS industry and alert the EMS community to the...

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Tacoma Overpass Crash

Fatal Tacoma Crash

Emergency personnel work Friday, April 17, 2015, near a vehicle that drove over the side of a bridge and landed below on railroad tracks in Tacoma, Wash., killing the driver. (David Montesino/The News Tribune via AP)

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