Medic Health

09 Sep Original Article: It’s Time to Address Shift Length, Fatigue, & EMS Workforce Safety

© 2014 MedicHealth.com In recent years, focus on medic safety has received increasing attention. Maguire et al. reported in 2002 that EMS providers had a rate of occupational fatalities due to transportation incidents of 9.6 per 100,000; a third higher than firefighters (6.3), twice that of police (4.5),...

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09 Sep New Feature: Delivering Original Articles from Medic Health

© 2014 - MedicHealth.com For more than 15 years, I have been contributing original articles to ambulance service publications around the globe including: EMS Manager & Supervisor Merginet Best Practices in Emergency Services Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) EMS World (formerly EMS Magazine) EMS Insider Ambulance Today National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP)...

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16 Jul WIHI: From Prehospital to In-Hospital — The Continuum for Time-Sensitive Care (July 24, 2014)

UPDATE: Listen to Podcast recording HERE. Session Details Session Details July 24, 2014: From Prehospital to In-Hospital — The Continuum for Time-Sensitive Care Kedar Mate, MD, Vice President, Institute for Healthcare Improvement David M. Williams, PhD, Chief Executive and Founder, Medic Health Jonathan R. Studnek, PhD, NRP, Quality Improvement Manager, Mecklenburg EMS...

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28 Jun Speaker Series: Missouri Center for Patient Safety, EMS Patient Safety Conference, October 1, 2014, Jefferson City, MO, USA

The Missouri Center for Patient Safety is the first federally-designated state patient safety organization to work in the prehospital care sector of healthcare. Each year the Center sponsors the only American conference devoted to EMS Patient Safety. Dr. Williams is pleased to be one of the...

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