Using technology to improve performance, efficiency, and reliability is applicable to all aspects of the fire service. This would include the various components that make up fire trucks.
Emergency Reporting® (ER) announced the launch of its services in Canada, with the unveiling of a locally-based datacenter and a new Web site.
FieldMed, an intelligent and cloud-based community health software platform, announced its new partnership with Caldwell County Emergency Management Services in North Carolina.
The EMS Compact extends a privilege for EMS personnel from member states to practice on a short-term, intermittent basis under approved circumstances in other member states.
FieldMed announced the launch of a new telehealth feature that allows paramedics and in-home practitioners to connect patients directly with doctors without ever leaving their homes.
Emergency Reporting® recently released new features and resources in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis.
The department will roll the system out over time into 26 trucks that experience the highest call volume. If successful, it will investigate equipping the whole fleet.
ImageTrend, Inc. is monitoring the Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak closely and is committed to ensuring prehospital screening and documentation fits the evolving needs of our providers and their communities.
The addition of a new, high-tech pump operations simulator will serve to improve the training base firefighters receive by honing their skills to respond to any number of contingencies.
Emergency Reporting® (ER), the global leader in cloud-based reporting and records management software for Fire and EMS agencies, has expanded its customer support team by adding three new members. The new members will join the support team in offering assistance to ER customers via phone, live chat, email, Zendesk ticket system, and RescueAssist remote support...