Changing Cardiac Care – Being Suspicious

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A study published in the JAMA may have big implications for how we treat “Chest Pain” patients. It changed my care, will it change yours?

Coming Soon – The Law of Unintended Consequences meets the fire service

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Charging fees for fire service – Is it a good idea? Or could the hook and ladder become the corporate ladder due to capitalism?

Ambodriver and his pink leg

Our friend Kelly Grayson has got a case of the Pink Leg he says. He wrote an excellent post on nitroglycerine use in the prehospital setting that's been getting a lot of participation out there. This may actually be an industry changer here… Go have a read and get in the discussion. Then, let's go […]

Issues: I’m Scared of something, Have a Rhythm, and A New Column Up, Too.

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I’ve got a few things I want to talk with you about. Nitro and Ham, Moline, Illinois, and my fear of posting something.

Tripping at the Hospital – A Teachable Moment for EMS

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Have you ever been called to an emergency on the property of a hosptial? A case in Canada provides a teachable moment for our profession.

A Predatory Ambulance Fee?

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Is cell phone heroism to fund an Illinois ambulance service? A new rule proposed by an Illinois city may make it that way. Is this fair?

GPS in the Ambulance – An overreliance on Ms. Kitty

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Do you have a magical voice box on your dashboard that tells you where do go? Do lives depend on it?? Maybe you might want a backup plan.

The Houston Medicare Problem – Formulating Better Instructions on Paying for EMS

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Have you ever made one silly mistake in a formula and screwed up your whole database? No? Not a nerd, eh? Well look at what happened in Houston.

Even a Blind Squirrel

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Remember me? I used to write here. I’m doing it more often now.

“Teamwork” on the ‘bambilance – Shown as a video metaphor

Guy Haskell got me thinking about teamwork… with video.

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