Why bother with pre-hospital data collection? ‘Why not’ would be the better question. Pre-hospital data collection proves invaluable is in the event of serious car accidents, natural disasters, house fires, or any other incident in which EMS services are required.
Colo. city puts AMR on the line for slow response times - Last year, the company paid more than $300,000 in penalties for more than 4,200 instances in which crews failed to meet their required time ow.ly/brLz50gVcjj
AMR aims to standardize new cardiac arrest approach - The message now to medical personnel – and the public – is to stay on the scene and focus on high-quality CPR ow.ly/MNrQ50gUbbD
Ill. hospital debuts mobile stroke unit - The mobile stroke unit is a custom-built ambulance outfitted with a physician clinic, which can provide mobile stroke diagnostics and treatment services ow.ly/6zs150gSVhd
Fire dept. considers prohibiting patients from picking hospital - In order to decrease transport times, Horry County Fire Rescue may change their policy that currently allows patients to pick which hospital they prefer ow.ly/Zgfb50gRj90