The vast majority of respondents to the NHTSA survey said they considered EMS to be an essential government service.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is offering 25 grants worth up to $800,000 to rural EMS agencies.
Can police, fire and EMS overcome the challenges faced in the 2010s to prosper in the 2020s? EMS1 Editor-in-Chief Greg Friese gives his predictions.
Charlotte’s MEDIC deputy director explains how a proposed leave-at-home policy will be a well-researched study into giving the patient the right treatment at the right time.
An EMS leader shares key lessons public safety professionals can take away from the Saugus High School shooting.
FirstNet officials attended individual engagements, workshops and summits with first responders to ensure the roadmap meets responders’ communication needs.
EMS and 911 dispatchers at call centers can use this online toolkit created by NHTSA to increase survival after cardiac arrest.
One EMS professional offers five insights on modernizing 911 dispatch communication centers.
With the start of cannabis edibles and marijuana product sales in Massachusetts, the number of children seen at hospitals after ingesting pot candy is increasing.
Voice-controlled Amazon Alexa and AI-enabled healthcare skills can now be securely used by patients, hospitals and healthcare workers.