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COVID-19 Workforce Impacts and Data Collection: A Study in Collaboration

(8 min read) In early 2020, the concept of the novel coronavirus was nothing more than a whisper in New Jersey EMS agencies. It was...
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Interoperability Has Come a Long Way, but There Is Much to Be Done

(8 min read) 2020 has been an interesting year, and at the time of this writing, it’s only September. I am sure the word of the year...
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Three Ways Every EMS Agency Should Be Leveraging ePCR Data

Your ePCR is a vast repository of data. So, what are you going to do with it?
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COVID-19 Patient Documentation to Improve Outcomes and Protect EMS Crews

Chad Hurka | Mar 13, 2020
With COVID-19 cases on the rise, first responders must address a new set of concerns relating to patient care and crew safety. The CDC...
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Five EMS Technology Improvements that Will Shape the Next Ten Years

“The only constant is change,” paraphrasing the ancient Greek philosopher, Heraclitus. In the world of technological and engineering...
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Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers Accelerate Claim Payment

Kelli Turner | Feb 11, 2020
(4 min read) On January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) made the formal shift to the use of Medicare...
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Being Paid vs. Being Paid Correctly: The Difference Can Be Costly

Daniel Pedersen | Feb 5, 2020
(4 min read) It’s no secret that being paid for the service you provide is the goal for most ambulance systems. After all, reimbursement...
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5 Blogs from SUMMIT 2019 Speakers to Help Get You Pumped for SUMMIT 2020

Bridget Yoder | Jan 29, 2020
(3 min read) We had a fantastic lineup of speakers at SUMMIT 2019. While we get ready to announce our speakers for 2020, we wanted to...
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Mobile “Interoperable” Healthcare: An Alternative Definition to “MIH”

We’re used to hearing about ‘interoperability’ in terms of communications, but how about its use in information exchange?
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