Tag Archives: EMS 2.0

What is Performance in EMS? Part 2

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In the past several months, I have seen articles challenging standard practices toward intubation and c-spine immobilization – basic tenets of our practice – but how many agencies have made any significant investigation toward change in these protocols?

The Future of Prediction

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I have read the positions stating that calls for emergency services are completely random (justifying the reason they are often called “accidents”) and therefore not able to be predicted. But both academic literature and practical experience show that demand prediction can be an effective tool in helping to balance scarce resources (ambulances and their trained crews) with public demand (requests for emergency responses even […]

Hello World. Welcome to HP_EMS!

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The world of the EMS provider is changing. Whether you call it EMS 2.0 or Next Generation 911, it is no longer enough to simply do a good job resulting in positive clinical outcomes for patients. Increasing budget pressures require that these quality services be maintained while providing them within a context of higher economic […]