An exercise at Phoenix Children’s Hospital was a wake-up call for regional public safety responders.
A look at the best way to encourage and motivate your staff.
A new report indicates nearly 63 percent of all Austin-Travis County EMS (ATCEMS) medics have been assaulted more than once in the past two years.
Mobile Life Support Services, the largest emergency medical provider in the Hudson Valley, announced today the launch of a Remote Operations Center. This is the first of its kind to be operated by Mobile Life to provide service to the Hudson Valley region.
Deputy Executive Director Barry Luke at the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council discusses how new communications technologies such as FirstNet, wearable patient monitoring devices and artificial intelligence benefit EMS patient care.
IXP Corporation has authored a new industry white paper, NG911 & FirstNet - Emergency Communication Centers Provide the Critical Link, that highlights the keys to success for 9-1-1 communication centers as they become the nexus between NG911 technologies and the FirstNet public safety broadband network and its users.
The Netherlands has a nationwide response system that alerts trained citizens when they’re near someone who’s experiencing an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) and helps ensure early defibrillation using a readily-available AED.
Telecommunicator CPR has been shown to be an effective intervention to improve survivability from OHCA, and it's an untapped, underutilized multiplier of potential for successful resuscitation.