GD Representatives Will Reveal the Newest CAREpoint Innovation at the January 12 – 15 National Association of EMS Physicians Annual Meeting.
For the last 25 years, Oakland County EMS has been using the same 800 MHz radios, which were designed for police officer dispatch in the 1980s. After conducting a search for state-of-the-art telehealth solution …
On November 16, General Devices hosted a panel discussion with leaders from EMS as well as hospital and community health care organizations about the value in understanding telehealth in acute care. In particul …
Reducing Steps, Changing Treatments: AI-Assisted Triage Brings Trauma Center Thinking to Stroke and STEMI Care
With an overwhelming potential for improved patient care and outcomes, AI holds particular value in the triage of stroke and STEMI patients, eliminating unnecessary and time-consuming steps.
Closing the Time-to-Balloon Period for STEMI Patients: How Seamless Communications Can Change Patient Outcomes
Time-to-treatment and early identification for STEMI patients are vital, so we look at how telemedicine and technology can improve time-to-balloon and positive outcomes for heart attack sufferers.
Bringing Stroke Treatment to the Patient, Aeromedical Integration Brings Thrombolytic Therapy to the Field
Thankfully, advancements in mobile medical technology, combined with telemedicine, provide several solutions for reducing the time-to-treatment gap and getting help to stroke victims faster.
How Ohio EMS Can Comply with Ohio Senate Bill 21, a New Stroke Protocol and Transport Bill using Telehealth
Ohio Senate Bill 21 requires the state Board of Emergency Medical, Fire, and Transportation Services to adopt new stroke protocol and transport guidelines.