Texas EMS Conference

Date: November 22-24

Location: Austin, TX

Booth: 744

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Learn How You Can Use Pulsara to Scale for Any Condition or Event.

Training for high-stress events should be incorporated using the same systems used for the routine responses during monthly continuing medical education hours. More importantly, clinicians need access to everyday systems that can scale in an emergency.

From the routine transfer to a mass casualty disaster to a pandemic, Pulsara's scalability and flexibility meets the demands of any case and the needs of any team or clinician.  

Why Attend the Texas EMS Conference?

The Texas EMS Conference offers a unique opportunity to network with over 3000 attendees and get your newest technology, products and services, all in one place. Learn with top EMS professionals from Texas and around the country present more than 100 education sessions, hands-on workshops and pre-conference classes.




Why ELSE Should You Attend?

Because Pulsara will be there!

EMS and hospital staff can instantly and seamlessly communicate event-based patient information, including one-tap team notifications, image sharing, audio/video calls, ETA alerts, and more from the Pulsara app. Public safety, emergency management, and public health can be easily involved when needed. Transparency keeps everyone informed and minimizes miscommunication.

Fill out the form above to meet with Corey Ricketson, VP of National Accounts, and Josh Jordan, Customer Success Manager for the Southern U.S., during the Texas EMS Conference. 



Systems of Care That Scale

When the COVID-19 pandemic flared in the state of Texas in early 2020, the state struggled to load balance their COVID-19 patients. Some areas of the state experienced overwhelming waves of surge, while other areas had available beds and resources. Matching the particular needs of complex patients with available beds and other resources necessary for each patient was difficult.

Download the case study to learn how RMOCCs in Texas leveraged Pulsara to create a statewide virtual system where hospitals could see and select patients that they had the ability to help.