Should EMS be called healthcare? Does the answer depend on the type of agency in discussion? Where does emergency medicine begin and end?
Seth Komansky, deputy director and chief of operations for Wake County (NC) EMS, opens up to hostess Brett Lyle about his personal experiences and lessons learned.
Ryan Thorne, founder and chief executive officer of Thorne Ambulance Service (SC), opens up about his experiences in building a successful private ambulance organization in South Carolina.
On this episode, listen to strategies for personal and organizational preparedness for EMS professionals to reduce the impact of disasters that hit home.
Brad Pitassi, the assistant chief of City of Maricopa (AZ) Fire and Medical, shares his path to emergent leadership.
JEMS Editor Emeritus A.J. Heightman talks with EMS visionary, researcher and educator extraordinaire Mike Taigman about living with stress and stress management in EMS, which has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
David Patterson, chief executive officer of Falck Rocky Mountain, Inc., opens up to hostess Brett Lyle about his experiences working for the American division of an international organization.
In this special edition podcast, Jonathon Feit gives a talk to Harvard in Tech and the COVID Foundation about contact tracing.
A.J. Heightman talks with Matt Zavadsky, chief strategic integration officer for MedStar Mobile Health Care (TX) and the present president of NAEMT, about some of the current issues impacting EMS agencies.