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Telemedicine Framework for EMS and 911

The new resource provides opportunities to leverage telemedicine to deliver high-quality and cost-efficient care.
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Register for the Future of Telemedicine in Emergency Medicine and Training Workshop

A versatile, mobile health workforce provides a scalable solution that can be grown out of the already existing EMS infrastructure and education pathways.
The Contra Costa County (CA) Fire Protection District is working with Tele911 to help make the system more efficient.

New Innovation to Address System Overload by Systemizing the Field Triage and Treatment of...

Tele911 allows departments to better serve patients through technology while keeping highly trained paramedics available for critical calls.
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Tri-State Ambulance (WI) Implements Telemedicine in the Ambulance

The new equipment lets doctors look at patients in the ambulance through a camera and allows face-to-face communication before the patient arrives at the hospital.

White House Supports Telehealth Innovation

The White House launched the Pledge to Embrace Technology to Advance America's Health in order to reassure patients, providers and payers that telehealth is here to stay and will be covered over the long term.

Pulsara Receives 2020 HealthTechZone Telehealth Award

Pulsara announced today that the company has received a 2020 Telehealth Award from HealthTechZone.com, a leading healthcare technology news source.

Israel-U.S. Collaboration Creates International Mental Health Service For First Responders

The new program, termed Corona Care Israel, is a free, anonymous, 24/7 mental health service that provides critical relief to first responders and health care workers suffering from the mental health stress of COVID-19.

Paramedics’ Perspectives on Telemedicine in the Ambulance: A Survey Study

Video telemedicine in the ambulance was a new concept to most paramedic survey respondents in this 2017 study, and most agreed or were neutral with the concept that telemedicine has the potential to improve the patient care experience.