'Posting' Is Not a Dirty Word
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How many times have you heard that posting is “evil” or “terrible,” or that it doesn’t work?
This webcast will explore how a dynamic deployment plan based on historical call data transformed the response capabilities of one urban EMS system and contributed to an increase in patient survivability.
In “’Posting’ Is Not a Dirty Word,” we will examine what led Jersey City (N.J.) Medical Center EMS to change its deployment method, what technology it used to affect the change, and most importantly, what a dynamically deployed EMS system can do for patient outcomes.
Bradshaw Consulting Services, Inc.
| Richard Sposa
BA, MICP, NREMT-P
Richard Sposa, BA, MICP, NREMT-P, is the MCC/EMS communications coordinator for Jersey City (N.J.) Medical Center. He’s responsible for the Medical Coordination Center, an emergency preparedness grant program administered by the N.J. Department of Health and Senior Services, the EMS Communications Center and the hospital’s emergency preparedness activities. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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