An interesting incentive program idea for EMS people. Yeah, the idea needs work… but it’s freakin delicious.
The nation’s capital is at it again. In this example of *stellar* journalism, we read about a medic having a bad day, and a patient having his last one.
This case is so strange… I can’t believe it. I almost don’t *want* to know more. Did this really happen?
I came across a company called “Mobile Doctors” and the seem to deliver what they promise. What can we learn from their business model?
How do you wake up for a call? Could that method be killing you? Here’s an innovative way thought up by an intrepid inventor, complete with video.
The “Fee-for-Transport” revenue model has failed us. EMS has grown to fit the healthcare payment system and has limited so much of our profession’s evolution. We need new revenue streams and innovation, not archaic regulation. Viva EMS!
My friend “Ann” called me for advice on a situation she’s having at her ambulance job. Can you offer better advice on how to deal with her possibly worthless partner?
We could learn a lot from the British EMS system. Our EMS bretheren in the UK have quite a few things figured out that we’ve been trying to get here in the US. EMS 2.0 anyone?
Tonight, I had a bit of a rant that I let fly… Who am I kidding, it was a full-blown Hissy. I’m tired of the politics in EMS and I’m ranting about it. If I start the change, will you join me?
I found this news story out of Schaumburg, Illinois today. Perhaps you should read it, those of you who work local government. It’s of note.