New technology creates greater connection between medics and emergency room.
A.J. Heightman, editor-in-chief of JEMS, discusses how U.S. ambulances often have too much capacity, when most care can be delivered more efficiently out of one kit. This video also questions current response time standards, which were developed when EMS did mostly transports, as opposed to now, when EMS brings care to the patient.
Union leader pitches department as better to run ambulance service.
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