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Lindsay Alexander | May 8, 2018

Congratulations to the 2018 ZOLL Pulse Award Winners!

Each year, ZOLL recognizes EMS professionals who strive to use data solutions to improve patient, financial and operational outcomes. These individuals save their organization money, time and resources, which enable their teams to save more lives within their communities.

“Our mission with this program is to acknowledge deserving individuals who derive insights from the data they collect to make life-saving decisions,” said Alex Moghadam, President of ZOLL Data Management. “No matter how many dashboards you generate, graphs you chart, or reports you see, patient outcomes and business performance won’t improve if you’re not making smart decisions based on that data.”

This year, we have an awesome group of winners. Please join us in congratulating these individuals for their phenomenal commitment to EMS. In the upcoming days and weeks, look for individual blog posts highlighting their individual achievements.

 

2018 ZOLL Pulse Award Winners

Kat Probst, Director of Business Development/Quality Assurance, Adair County Ambulance District

Michael Chmielewski, Lead Operations Supervisor & Mark Krzan, Dispatcher/QA Coordinator, Commonwealth Health EMS

Raymond Proa, Firefighter/Paramedic/EMS Coordinator, Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department

Holly Boland, Billing & Follow Up Rep II, Mayo Clinic Medical Transport

Shane Cook, Quality Improvement Nurse, LA County Fire Department

Jason Burbrink & Greg Ortman, both firefighters/Paramedic EMTs, Miami Township Fire and EMS

Jay Cooper, Director of Ancillary Services, Mobile Medical Response

Ed Wilson, Clinical Technology Coordinator, Pinellas County EMS Authority – Sunstar Paramedics

Leonard Callier, Deputy Executive Director, South Texas Emergency Care Foundation EMS

Nicola Little, Service Quality and Patient Officer, Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service

 

Honorable Mentions

The nominee pool this year was remarkable. So we’d like to take the opportunity to recognize all the nominees and commend them for their hard work:

Andy Geske – AAA Ambulance, Cynthia McCain - Alexander City Fire/EMS, Joseph Miller - AMR Atlanta, Ryan Berry - Berkeley County Emergency Ambulance Authority, Dr. John Russell - Cape County Private Ambulance Service, Brandon Robertson - Carrillion Clinic, Bryan Mackender - Clackamas Fire District, Lane Kilpatrick - Community Ambulance, William Lewis - County of Huron EMS , Nathaniel Metz - Phoenix Paramedic Solutions, Ted Hake - White Rose Ambulance, Gia Filmore - Exeter Hospital ED, Brian Cole - Kennewick Fire Department, Tracey George - Life Flight Network, Wes Green - Madison Township Fire Department, Kevin Feen - Medstar Ambulance, Kevin Milton - Navicent Health EMS, Paul Holcomb - New Chapel Fire & EMS, Randy Murray - Pafford Medical Services, Josue Zamarron - Patriot Safety Consulting, Scott Wildenheim - Physicians Ambulance, Kyle Craven - Richmond Rescue, Blake Sardina -Seaside Fire Department, Kerry Bachista - St. Johns County Fire Rescue, Shannon Weeks - STRAC, Jon Kelley - Trinity EMS, Hershel Holcomb -Tuscaloosa Fire Department, Luc de Montigny - Urgences Sante, Carter Pittman - Woodlawn Fire Department, Connor Ellis - YMSH

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Lindsay Alexander

Lindsay Alexander (Gross) is a content marketer, brand journalist and digital strategist with 15 years experience creating, enhancing, managing and promoting multi-channel, integrated marketing and editorial campaigns for the healthcare and technology industries.