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  1. ImageTrend Announces New Medical Director - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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[January 8, 2016] – ImageTrend is pleased to formally announce the appointment of Dr. Michael Wilcox as Medical Director for the company’s health-related products and services. Wilcox has had a continuing influence within the company over several years, including leading discussions on the topic of primary care access at the annual ImageTrend Connect Conference. He has had a key role in the development the emerging field of community paramedicine and mobile integrated healthcare in the state of Minnesota in his role as the Medical Director at the Community Paramedic Program at Hennepin Technical College. “I look forward to continuing my work with ImageTrend. They have a true passion for the use of information to advance the best practices in modern healthcare,” remarked Wilcox. “Working with the leader in connected health data solutions, we are in a position to accomplish great things in the improvement of the quality of care.” “We have enjoyed our relationship with Dr. Wilcox and look forward to his deeper involvement in our product development,” commented Mike McBrady, President and CEO of ImageTrend. “Together, we will further hone our solutions for the benefit of our customers.” Dr. Wilcox is a Board Certified Family Practice Physician, who has practiced in rural Minnesota for nearly 40 years. His post graduate training was at HCMC in Minneapolis, Minn. and he completed his Bush Medical Fellowship in Critical & Emergency Care in 1985. Dr. Wilcox serves multiple roles as the Coordinator at the Emergency Care Plus Program for North Memorial Medical Center, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department Emergency & Family Medicine University of Minnesota, Medical Director for the Community Paramedic Program at Hennepin Technical College and South Central Technical College, Medical Advisor for MNSCU EMS Programs, and the Medical Director for 82 Rural EMS Services (First Responder, BLS, ALS). [Native Advertisement] About ImageTrend, Inc. www.ImageTrend.com ImageTrend, Inc. is dedicated to enterprise-level data management and analysis through the innovative use of technology. ImageTrend’s applications serve a variety of industries, but is primarily based in the healthcare and emergency response community. Its Emergency Data Systems division serves the fields of EMS, fire, hospital, critical care, preparedness and health information exchange (HIE). 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    Fri, 8 Jan 2016

  2. Community Paramedics Curb Hospital Readmissions and Non-Emergent 9-1-1 Use - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Alameda County EMS is participating in a statewide California pilot testing mobile integrated healthcare/community paramedicine delivery models.

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    Mon, 23 Nov 2015

  3. National EMS Advisory Council Meets to Discuss Priorities, Elect Leadership - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    The National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC), charged with advising the federal government on EMS issues, hosted its first meeting for 19 of the panel’s 25 members in Washington this July.

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    Mon, 19 Oct 2015

  4. National EMS Advisory Council Meets to Discuss Priorities, Elect Leadership - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    The National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC), charged with advising the federal government on EMS issues, hosted its first meeting for 19 of the panel’s 25 members in Washington this July.

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    Mon, 19 Oct 2015

  1. Core Competencies for Community Paramedics - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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    Fri, 11 Sep 2015

  2. Community Paramedics: Two Local Ambulance Services Begin Pilot Project Featuring Expanded Role for Paramedics - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Huron Valley Ambulance (HVA) and Livingston County EMS (LCEMS), with the support of St. Joseph Mercy Health System and the University of Michigan Health System, have launched a 3-year Community Paramedic pilot project.

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    Fri, 28 Aug 2015

  3. Community Paramedics: Two Local Ambulance Services Begin Pilot Project Featuring Expanded Role for Paramedics - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Huron Valley Ambulance (HVA) and Livingston County EMS (LCEMS), with the support of St. Joseph Mercy Health System and the University of Michigan Health System, have launched a 3-year Community Paramedic pilot project.

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    Fri, 28 Aug 2015

  4. Compassion Fatigue: A Hidden Stress in Providers of Mobile-Integrated Healthcare - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Compassion fatigue, also known as secondary traumatic stress disorder (STSD), is similar to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and is usually found in caregivers.

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    Mon, 17 Aug 2015

  5. Virginia Task Force Reviews Train Derailment Response Preparedness - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Group finds the state is not prepared to deal with a worst-case scenario.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  6. Collapse at Washington Watergate Garage - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    One person was injured when three stories of the parking garage collapsed.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  7. Nepal Airport Closed to Large Aircraft

    Large planes cause runway damage forcing authorities to halt specific aircraft from landing in Kathmandu.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  8. More Rural Hospitals Closing - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    A growing number of facilities across the country face growing difficulties.

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    Fri, 1 May 2015

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