In the debut EMS Lawline podcast, Steve Wirth, Esq., EMT-P, and Matthew Konya of Page Wolfberg & Wirth discuss whether EMS services can require employees to receive a flu vaccine.
Germany and France were bracing for new lockdowns Wednesday, as governments sought to stop the fast-rising tide of coronavirus cases that are beginning to fill European hospitals.
The bottom line is that accurate, complete and timely completion of PCRs is a legal and ethical responsibility of the EMS practitioner, writes Steve Wirth.
There is still $100 billion left in the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program. The deadline to apply for these funds is June 30.
Although some things have changed dramatically because of COVID-19, the need for accurate, complete, and descriptive patient care documentation have certainly remained the same.
Matthew Konya on the intersection of behavioral health and emergency medical services.
Dealing with this pandemic has reminded me of the importance of family and the fragility of life.
Accurate and complete clinical documentation of the patient encounter is an essential aspect of providing patient care.
On Feb. 11, 2013, a small ambulance service from Georgia reported to the federal government that a laptop fell off the back bumper of one of their ambulances. The government opened an investigation into what happened in response. Then, the Feds dug deeper.