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daleloberger
Culture of Safety
The idea of changing administrative behavior at the very core of how they function regarding issues of safety is also seen in the promotion of a "Just Culture" in EMS. The Center for Patient Safety discusses this idea at their website: http://www.centerforpatientsafety.org/just-culture-in-ems/
2014-12-19 18:09:59
daleloberger
Community-Based Programs
How EMS can become a financially stable function of a local government is a hot topic right now. Jamie Davis discusses the NAEMT efforts towards changing the funding stream from the federal level in this podcast: http://www.mediccast.com/blog/2014/12/19/naemt-wants-congress-and-the-president-to-fund-ems/
2014-12-19 18:06:14
daleloberger
Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
It only takes one bad story like this: http://www.emsworld.com/video/12029267/philadelphia-paramedic-in-hot-water-over-anti-police-image to make the public question a whole service (or even incite violence.) If your service doesn't already have a social networking presence, how can you effectively counter such bad media? You need to engage before problems arise in order to have credibility and a voice when…
2014-12-18 13:51:43
Mark
How To Perform CPR: The Crucial Steps You Should Know (and Share!)
The majority of people who survive a cardiac arrest are resuscitated from ventricular fibrillation (VF) by the administration of a defibrillatory shock. This is most likely to be successful when it is given very soon after the onset of VF; emergency service personnel are often unable to arrive soon enough to help a victim. Automated…
2014-12-16 17:32:19
daleloberger
Economic Efficiency
No one is going to challenge the idea of "rationing healthcare" with the idea that "any expense is worthwhile if it saves just one life"? Good to see we are beyond that logic.
2014-12-15 21:58:08
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Blood On Our Hands
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Goodreads Book Giveaway
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