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BLT is Seeking a Few Great Salespeople

by Administrator Account on Friday, August 4, 2017 3:39 PM
Beyond Lucid Technologies is seeking motivated, self-guiding, consummate professionals who want to help make "EMS2020" a reality in 2017.

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)

To Achieve Technology Innovation in EMS, the Vendor-Agency Dynamic Must Change

by Administrator Account on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 9:00 AM
“Prehospital care technology should be a tool of efficiency but it’s become a source of fear.” It might seem strange for two executives from a prehospital care IT company to make such a statement. We would think so, too, were it not for a California fire captain who lamented about “software vendors who take advantage of [his] lack of knowledge.”

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

by Administrator Account on Monday, March 9, 2015 3:00 PM
Fire and EMS agencies nationwide have sought my team’s help to tightrope the new CP/MIH care model’s regulatory lines (which are still drawn with a dotted line in most places). Although the archetypical CP/MIH models highlighted frequently across the country offer an inspiring set of models, they are also regionally specialized and therefore challenging to replicate. In the long-term, most locales cannot get paid for CP/MIH (and they won’t be able to for a while), so my “5 Rs of Community Paramedicine and Mobile Integrated Health,” aims to guide the efforts of agencies large and small that wish to engage this new, healthcare reform-focused care delivery model…even when their budgets to explore such a modern care model are razor-thin (if they exist at all).
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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.



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