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Release notes pertaining to MEDIVIEW 2016 version

by Administrator Account on Friday, September 29, 2017 12:12 AM

Release notes pertaining to MEDIVIEW 2016 version

by Administrator Account on Saturday, September 16, 2017 12:01 AM

MEDIVIEW 2015, version 2.1 — RELEASE NOTES

by Administrator Account on Monday, June 22, 2015 1:26 PM
Release notes for MEDIVIEW 2015, version 2.1 (June 2015)

The “5 Rs” of Community Paramedicine and Mobile Integrated Healthcare

by Administrator Account on Monday, March 9, 2015 6:00 PM

After the 2014 International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine (where I gave a talk about sustainability and measuring results), plus a day of sessions on Community Paramedicine and Mobile Integrated Health (CP/MIH) at the 2014 EMS World Expo, and additional content on the subject at the 2015 EMS Today conference, among other events —much ado has been made of the burgeoning opportunity to attain the IHI Triple Aim of better health, better care, and lower costs by “restructuring” emergency medical services to incorporate out-of-home care, alternate site transport, non-transport, readmission prevention, and even telemedicine.  Yet as an MBA...I have personal and professional inclinations to advocate for sustainability and sound economic judgment in new ways of working that show early signs of success.

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EMS and the V.A.

by Administrator Account on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 12:00 AM

Perhaps this is appropriate during a week to celebrate American patriotism: Our nation’s heroes speak countless languages, ascribe to a rainbow of faiths, and wear badges bearing crosses, hydrants, serpents and swords. From veterans to warfighters, medics to firefighters to police officers, they stand vanguard over us — and how I wanted to stand among them! I dreamed of West Point as a boy, but without knowing where life would lead post-college, I instead vowed to respond if ever America needed me.

Not many people know this, but on September 11, 2001, I enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve. My country was crying, so I stood to fight, and more importantly, to help: I was training to be a Field Medic, but due to a disability I returned home earlier than expected. Things have worked out since then, but it’s not the future I planned.


Measure Q’s Fail in Contra Costa

by Administrator Account on Thursday, December 12, 2013 12:00 AM
It seems that as long as there are Emergency Medical Service and Fire professionals saving lives and property and the American dream, there will also be a shortsighted (but electorally loud) counterpoint: the minority who forget that public safety is a uniquely vital service offered thanklessly and often despite profound personal risks. Empowering public safety should be a shared responsibility, but the failure of Measure Q in California’s Contra Costa County in 2012 proves that when politics take precedence, everyone loses. Whole communities could be at risk while obstinacy and contention flourish. There’s really no other way to put it: As technologies for EMS and Fire become more sophisticated, feature-rich, and (hopefully) more useful, the need for experienced medics who can deploy them during critical moments and leverage their myriad capabilities is ever more critical, not less so. In November 2012, Contra Costa’s residents failed to pass a tax measure that would have kept 10 out of 28 (35.7%) of the county’s fire stations—including their associated EMS teams—from closing within months.

The Danger of iPad-based Patient Care Records for Fire and EMS Agencies.

by Administrator Account on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 6:14 AM

Everyone who knows my writing can attest that I neither pull punches nor play politics. It may distress people, and hopefully it won’t harbinger my demise. But as CEO of a young firm bringing overdue innovations to the Fire and Emergency Medical Services industry, there are only four groups to whom I am duty-bound: our partner-clients, their patients, our team members, and our investors (in no specific order). To remain mum on topics that could affect the physical or financial health and wellbeing of any of these parties would be a disservice.

When I was in the magazine business, I often used the phrase “Respect the medium.” The meaning was simple: when every industry player surfing the waves of innovation is trying something new, how many are asking whether the form is appropriate to the intended function? What changes need to be made to magazine’s font so its text can be read clearly on a small, backlit screen? What interactivity can be embedded into a digitally delivered? How will the user’s experience change when network access is down?


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