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191 San Diego Fire-Rescue Personnel Decline COVID-19 Vaccine So Far

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As of Wednesday, 99 firefighters had tested positive, according San Diego Fire-Rescue.

Pulsara Wins 2021 BIG Innovation Award

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The Pulsara platform is a HIPAA-compliant, secure, easy-to-use telehealth app that unites healthcare teams across departments and organizations around any patient event.

First Responders in MA Will Get Coronavirus Vaccines Next Week

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Vaccinations for the state's roughly 45,000 first responders will become available on Monday.

911 Call: Sarasota (FL) Shark Bite Victim was ‘Bleeding to Death’

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The dispatcher explained to the caller and another person present how to stop the bleeding until paramedics arrived.

ImageTrend Patient Registry Ready for NTDB 2021

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The timeliness of this update ensures that hospitals are able to accurately and efficiently collect information on their 2021 patients immediately.

ESO acquires Digital Innovation, Clinical Data Management and Lancet Technology

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ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, today announced its acquisition of Digital Innovation, Clinical Data Management and Lancet Technology, as well as a key...

Verizon and Motorola Solutions Bring Interoperable Broadband Communications to Public Safety

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Verizon Public Sector and Motorola Solutions today announce Group First Response, a mission-critical push-to-talk solution.

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Unveils First Annual “˜Book of Giving’

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The assortment of equipment curated in the catalog allows consumers to choose ways to give back to first responders.

ImageTrend Eliteâ„¢ Completes ET3 Compliance Testing

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Soon, agencies using ImageTrend Elite will be able to submit data directly to CMS, allowing them to choose the best possible treatment plan for the patient and ensure proper reimbursement.

OH Man Credits Apple Watch with Saving His Life

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Medical staff there found Zac Zies' oxygen level was 99 percent, his blood pressure was normal, but his resting heart rate was 222 beats per minute.