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September Roundup: Leverage These Tips & Tools to Prepare for a Disaster in Your Community

EMS systems and providers are an integral component of each state’s emergency response system and are also a critical...

NAEMT Report Examines EMS Preparedness & Training

Our communities expect EMS agencies to be ready to take care of patients 24/7 in the event of a man-made or natural...

3 Simple Countermeasures to Sustain Effective Documentation & Reimbursement during a Major Incident

Electronic health records (EHRs) have become the standard of care in most healthcare systems throughout the United States....

Safety Sells: How to Acquire More Facility Contracts

Hospitals have patient safety teams and most facilities have a safety team, so why does it seem hospitals and facilities...

Powerful Reporting Tool FireRMS Helps Agencies Piece Together Emergency Incidents

RescueNet FireRMS has been, and will continue to be, the mainstay reporting tool documenting incidents for the Omaha Fire...

Speak Up: Applications Are Open to Present at SUMMIT 2018! Here’s Why You Should Apply

The idea of standing on stage presenting to an audience of hundreds of your peers may seem intimidating, but we at ZOLL know...

Try a Multi-Faceted Approach to Coordinate the Best Response during a Disaster

There are many components and requirements to be considered “prepared” for a large-scale event. Sometimes, small events...

Use Insurance Discovery & Eligibility Tools to Streamline Your Billing Process with a Click of the Button

Bi-County Ambulance Service, located in Northern California, is a 911 ambulance company with an annual trip volume about...

Create Contingencies to Ensure Sustainability of A/R Operations

Disasters occur routinely in our business and come in all shapes and sizes. Unfortunately, disasters with your accounts...

What Happens to Your EMS Operations When Disasters Strike?

While writing this blog, Hurricane Harvey has been dropping several feet, not inches, of rain on the Southern Texas and the...

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