Finding the right equipment for EMS delivery

May 2013
Fire Chief Expert Blog;5/22/2013, p1
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The article discusses the concept of finding the right equipment for Emergency Medical Service (EMS) rescue. It references the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration's "The EMS Agenda for the Future" which was published in 1996. The author mentions how the prediction is indeed coming true, with technological advances such as biometric devices, telemedicine and advanced electronic patient care reporting (EPCR) creating a new paradigm in healthcare.


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