Learn how the Central Ohio Trauma System developed a regional standardized hand-off education plan that improved patient outcomes.
The Seattle Fire Department is responding to allegations it did not treat an injured gunshot victim who later died at the so-called “police-free zone.”
There have been a couple of updates today from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services based on recently submitted questions.
A 911 dispatcher who was apparently watching in real time as a Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee into the neck of George Floyd called a supervisor to tell him what she saw.
Four individuals were given awards at the Gathering of the Eagles conference even as COVID-19 canceled this year's annual event.
Strategic occurrences and international affairs will impact EMS providers and emergency workers. This provides an overview of the threats.
Emergency medical dispatchers across North America can now quickly direct 911 callers during time-critical cardiac emergencies to the closest automated external defibrillator.
The Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) was launched June 1 and operates Monday through Friday.
The number of government employees is now the lowest it's been since 2001, and most of the cuts are at the local level.
Although some things have changed dramatically because of COVID-19, the need for accurate, complete, and descriptive patient care documentation have certainly remained the same.