EMS Industry News
Project to address how to better implement innovative EMS delivery models.
Thomson has unrivaled experience within company and emergency vehicle industry.
Novation serves more than 100,000 members and affiliates.
Priority Ambulance will still provide free standby service at various events.
The timely webinar will cover related changes under the Affordable Care Act.
Discounted AMBARA membership now available to NCEMSC members.
Shipments of low-cost alternative for ophthalmoscopy examination begin in 2015.
Paramedics will work under physician direction using approved care protocols.
Paramedics will begin using the Zoll X-Series cardiac monitor/defibrillator.
The Onspot automatic tire chain system has received worldwide acceptance.
Advanced Circulatory Systems enhance circulation with the body’s own mechanisms.
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.
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