A new report examines the mental anguish 911 dispatchers face on a daily basis.
New York (AP) — The Federal Communications Commission is setting up a new three-digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline.
Medic has documented its 1,000 sudden cardiac arrest survivor (SCA patients discharged from the hospital) since January 2010.
The new self-assessment tool helps identify next generation 911 readiness.
More than two years after California’s surprise-billing law took effect, there’s one thing on which consumer advocates, doctors and insurers all agree: The law has been effective at protecting many people from bills they might have been saddled with from doctors who aren’t in their insurance network.
PARSIPPANY, N.J. -- Kevin Agard, Director Emeritus of the National EMS Memorial Service, died last night in a two-vehicle crash, authorities and the group said.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Emergency Reporting (ER), the global leader in cloud-based reporting and records management software for Fire and EMS agencies, has appointed Lance Clark, founder and CEO of Ident Solutions, to its board of directors.
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut Labor and Public Employees Committee on Friday heard remarks regarding CT Public Act 19-17 which amended workers compensation to include PTSI (Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries) benefits for police, firefighters and parole officers, effective July 1 of this year.
Residents of rural communities face unique barriers – higher rates of poverty, difficulty traveling long distances to a hospital or doctor’s office, and lack of access to innovations.
The closure of LifeNet in this South Carolina county is making first responder rethink how it responds to emergencies.