EMS Industry News
Digital records will provide statewide data analysis and reporting, shown to lead to better treatments and patient outcomes.
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services issues letter regarding the current Ebola situation to U.S. healthcare professionals.
Designed for advanced life support medics as both an IV start kit and a medications kit.
Organization has been integral to the emergency responses for Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, wildfires, flooding in Bound Brook, a fire on the boardwalk in Seaside Heights, and the crash of US Airways Flight 1549.
No extra color charge and no minimum orders required.
One provider is honored each year during open nomination from across the country.
JEMS editorial board member David Page and psychometrician Luke Stanke win the Best Research award.
Rugged handheld computer receives an update.
The two companies have entered into a bi-directional revenue sharing agreement in which each company will benefit.
David W. Fairbanks, M.D. will be Medical Director for the company’s Wyoming base.
Vicarious Trauma Toolkit testers needed.
Linetec Shares a New White Paper on Antimicrobial Protection Infused Coatings for Public Building Applications
The new white paper describes the uses and advantages of antimicrobial infused coatings.
Fire Soaps Fabric Sanitizer decontaminated protective ensembles used by the more than 300 probationary firefighters.
Finally, a capable transport ventilator that fits your budget.
Parents Doubt U.S. Is Ready to Protect Kids from Disaster, Yet Are Doing Little to Prepare, Poll Shows
U.S. parents spent five times the energy on back-to-school as emergency planning, Save the Children’s 2014 Disaster Report Card finds.
With Aladtec, the scheduling is employee driven, verses manager driven.
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care in Public Safety Response Technical Assistance Seminar to be Hosted by Boston EMS
Seminar will focus on TECC guideline implementation.
Quantum Ems Announces Austin-Travis County (Texas) Emergency Medical Services Are “On Board” With The Ambulance Child Restraint System
ACR (Ambulance Child Restraint) is an innovative, flexible and fully adjustable harnessing system for the safe and effective transport of infants and children in an ambulance.
ESO adds to its industry leading software suite.
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