EMS Industry News
Many transport services prove their quality by achieving CAMTS accreditation.
Loudon County and Priority Ambulance will vote on a negotiated contract in January 2015.
First NEMSIS v3 EMS Patient Care Record System Deployed in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, and the Carolinas
Beyond Lucid Technologies assisted Calif. and Texas with national compliance.
SureFire CPR ranked 2nd-top workplace in small business category.
NEMSIS 3 represents the standard in data related to emergency medical services.
Top-Tier organizations 55% more likely to resolve emergencies within an hour.
Facility from a 2012 referendum to address state workforce and training needs.
Gold Cross Ambulance Service encourages bystanders to start chest compressions.
Also efficient in evacuation, surveillance and interception missions.
Computer-controlled dynamic human patient simulators respond like real people.
New Mexico metro will upgrade to an advanced EMS and fire records system.
New capability allows for safe flight operation regardless of visibility.
Mark Postma to lead national ambulance services trade association.
New site designed to assist ambulance, EMS, and medical transport companies.
Notice to be issued on Dec. 1, 2014 through Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System.
Dec. 1, 2014 is the deadline for nominations. Seats to be appointed April 2015.
Each category honors a person or organization that exemplifies the best that the Texas EMS and trauma system has to offer.
System simplifies the process of cleaning and drying special-ops gear including hazmat, immersion and ice-rescue suits.
Platform has the capacity to operate in a wide range of environments.
New group to serve as a forum for EMS financial professionals.
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