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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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LifePad Phone is the Partner AEDs and Life Safety Have Waited For

May 4th, 2014 | By

Elevaed’s LifePad™ and Tandem AED/EMS for rescues in building complexes can reclaim these “no-survivor” zones for heart, stroke and overdose “events”. Survival could increase by a factor of ten!