Over the past several years, various cities (including Seattle, Portland, Eugene, San Francisco, Jersey City, New York and Washington, D.C.) have enacted paid sick leave laws.
No one running an ambulance company ever planned to go to prison for doing his or her job. But that is a real possibility if the government knocks on the door and the owner or manager is dishonest in his or her response to the inquiry.
Let’s say you have recently returned from a conference or trade show, where you found a great new piece of technology that you want to implement in your agency.
EMS agencies partner with other providers and institutions in their communities to implement mobile integrated healthcare practice/community paramedicine (MIHP-CP) programs.
Imagine waking up one morning and seeing your organization on the news feed with the headline: Ambulance Service Officer Indicted for Theft.
It’s very important in this day and age to find out why people leave your organization so you can take the appropriate action to fix what may be a serious workplace problem.
In critical incidents, it all boils down to common sense.
Court finds schools responsible for using AEDs on student athletes.
A DUI or other criminal charge can have very serious consequences for an EMT.
Simple practices to avoid big headaches when tracking daily time worked.