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Quality of Care & Outcomes Management Movement

Feb 13th, 2015 | By
Outcomes

Medical payers are pivoting from treatment claims to outcomes, and early intervention will certainly influence outcomes. Onsite paramedics may be compensated for successful and timely treatments – a possible major source of their funding.



Sample Pilot Project Outline – Block Paramedicine

Feb 5th, 2015 | By

The Problem and Proposed Solution High rise buildings have EMS response times that average at least 13 minutes, which is too late for early intervention in acute medical crises. This results in needless deaths and severe injury to building residents and workers, while absorbing EMS resources that are required elsewhere. Universal cellular communications promise to

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Pilot Project – Community Health as Early Intervention in High Rises

Jan 29th, 2015 | By

The Problem and Proposed Solution High rise buildings have EMS response times that average at least 13 minutes, which is too late for early intervention in acute medical crises. This results in needless deaths and severe injury to building residents and workers, while absorbing EMS resources that are required elsewhere. Universal cellular communications promise to

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Communications Partner to Join a Canada Public Health Pilot Project

Jan 29th, 2015 | By

An opportunity to develop, test, expand and retain a scalable SDN/Cloud network introducing highly innovative city emergency paramedic services    Origin The Public Health Agency of Canada has invited Elevaed Medical Inc.  as consultants to outline a two year pilot project to evaluate onsite paramedics as 24/7 emergency responders within large city blocks. These community

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Cellular Cloud Co-ops Can Protect High Rises

Jan 12th, 2015 | By

By sharing a dedicated cellular network, the cost for funding reliable early intervention in high rises is modest.



Early Intervention is the Foundation of Community Health

Dec 18th, 2014 | By
High Rises

Using the simplest strategy possible, onsite paramedics can reliably deliver very early intervention in 3 to 5 minutes, with all the priceless benefits that brings to health care.



Endemic Risk in High Rises an Opportunity for Security Firms

Nov 17th, 2014 | By

The sky’s the limit for high rise construction it seems, around the world. They are tall, graceful, and of course green. But they have one dirty little secret, which is about to be cleaned up.



High Rise Buildings Take Longer to Access

Nov 9th, 2014 | By
Vertical Response Interval

Two studies have found that high rise buildings add 2.7 minutes to medical emergency responses, which means that from an event’s onset it takes 13 minutes or more to get alongside the patient.



The Tragedy of late Resuscitation

Oct 21st, 2014 | By

Twelve minutes passed before an ambulance crew connected a defibrillator to her chest. A block paramedic might have saved her.



End-to-End Protocol Enables Timely Rescues

Oct 21st, 2014 | By
The End-to-End Protocol

Medical protocols exist so that quality care can be delivered reliably. We now have to hand the ball to our public health administrators to allow such basic strategies to take hold and enable change.



Six Minutes to Live or Die

Oct 21st, 2014 | By

“50 largest cities save only an estimated 6% to 10% of the victims of sudden cardiac arrest who realistically could be saved.”



A 160 MPH Ambulance May Not Be a Great Idea

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

The scary thing is nobody thought of onsite responders, even in monster Dubai high rises. And they try to convince everyone (except the pros) that 15 min responses are OK. The public needs to be told.



Ambulance Chief Defends Changes to Dispatch System

Oct 14th, 2014 | By

Total reliance on EMS vehicles is not necessary in high rises, where onsite resources and responders can meet early intervention goals reliably.



An Antidote to Overdose, in Time to Save Lives

May 25th, 2014 | By

The New York Times continues its excellent advocacy of Naloxone vs the expanding opioid pandemic.



Overdose and Naloxone FAQ

May 23rd, 2014 | By

Frequently asked questions about Narcan/Naloxone, an anti-opioid for heroin, morphine, vicodin, oxycontin etc.