EMS Webinars & EMS Training Webcasts
EMS providers are familiar with the cardiac Chain of Survival. But as new technologies emerge and data collection becomes easier, a new chain of survival is emerging: the data and technology chain. In this Webcast, Dr. Greg Mears will share how data collection and use is transforming the ability of EMS providers to save lives.
3 Key Factors Revolutionizing EMS: How to anticipate and prepare for changes driven by healthcare reform
As provisions of the Affordable Care Act continue to be implemented, it has become clear that EMS will play a key role in enhancing care and controlling costs. In this webcast, Dr. Brent Myers and Dr. Jeff Beeson present a three-part vision of the future of EMS, and how both providers and agencies can stay ahead of the upcoming changes and position themselves for success.
Are you searching for an advanced solution to the most basic resuscitation concern? During this webcast, John Freese, MD, will present the advantages of CPR feedback devices that capture data for quality control post-event review. You will also learn: 1.) How to integrate CPR feedback devices into an EMS agency, including training and implementation. 2.) Real-world examples of what code reports look like and how they were used for quality improvement. 3.) Clinical studies that show how CPR feedback has improved patient outcomes.
This webcast, presented by Steve Wirth and Doug Wolfberg of the EMS law firm Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, will focus on essential documentation points you need to cover with no-transport situations.
The introduction and increased use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) devices has added a new dimension to prehospital airway management. This webcast will discuss the difference between CPAP and bag-valve mask ventilation, as well as indications and contraindications for CPAP.
This webcast will discuss best practices in the implementation of simulation and how to create instructor competencies so your program, and your students, succeed.
What is CPAP? How does it work? When and why should it be used? Why isn't a non-rebreather mask enough, and what's the big concern about intubating these patients? To answer those questions, let's explore some physiology specifics as applied to EMS patients while we put those laryngoscope blades away...
Does EMS lead the pack when it comes to technology and care, and what’s the wave of the future? This webcast will discuss technology, devices and therapies often used in the field that are less common in hospital emergency departments.
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