Bryon Moore, vice president for an industry leading medical device manufacturer and a heart transplant recipient, shares his perspectives on the past, present and future of EMS.
An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, September 2018.
It should come as no surprise that we in EMS are routinely exposed to stress and psychological trauma significantly more than the general public. Psychological trauma can be fatal and EMS would do well to realize it.
For Community Paramedicine EMS Coordinator Tangye Beckham, the alpha and omega of a successful MIH-CP program is empathy, since the program’s most important purpose to meet an unmet community need.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare finds closer collaboration after sharing data with EMS, laying the groundwork for outcome improvement, reducing fatigue and building stronger care delivery systems.
If you don’t have a drug diversion/misuse issue in your agency, it’s only because you’re not looking for it.
An overview and update on EMS drug shortages, including some ways EMS agencies are dealing with the chronic shortage of much-needed medications.
An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, August 2018.
With experience and skills encompassing the entire process of gathering data to getting it in the hands of others to make actionable change, an epidemiologist can help EMS agencies better understand the data being collected and help to gain more insight into the areas where improvements could be made.
Initial data shows that the Rapid Emergency Medical Score (REMS) may be a predictor of positive EMS impact on patient care not only during prehospital treatment but also in regard to hospital lenth of stay.