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Using Pulsara on Browser for EMS

Using Pulsara on Browser for EMS

EMS admins: Have you ever wished for an easy way to view all of your units, along with any information about the patients they're currently caring for? What about having the ability to track their movements and view whether the hospital has acknowledged them, and even see which hospitals are available, all from one easy-to-use dashboard?

Pulsara's browser-based command center enables supervisors to track units, access patient details, see hospital availability, and communicate with your team.


What can you do with Pulsara's browser version?

  • Track all units and see where they are delivering patients
  • See hospital acknowledgment status and ETA to destination hospitals
  • View and update patient details and communicate with the care team via team messaging
  • Easily filter by case type and patient condition
  • View hospital availability
  • Manage Incidents and MCIs

 

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How will Pulsara's browser version help me?

EMS end users can use Pulsara on browser to manage their patients, with many of the same capabilities that are available in the mobile app. 

EMS administrators, supervisors, and medical control will be able to monitor the status of their units from a convenient dashboard. Pulsara HQ will display unit transport status, destination location, and each unit's ETA to their destination.

Admins are now able to create and view patient channels and see relevant case details, including patient demographics, images of the scene, and ECGs. They'll also be able to send messages to their team members or to other facilities if coordination is needed.

Pulsara HQ will also help with load balancing by giving admins convenient access to Hospital ED Availability information. The dashboard will also show whether or not a receiving facility has acknowledged a patient who is en route, and give admins the ability to intervene if needed. 

How can I get started?

Pulsara's browser version is available to all EMS customers! Some additional admin functionality is available to EMS agencies with a paid subscription to Pulsara. If you're interested in learning more about Pulsara's browser version, contact us to learn more or get started.

Updated 5/2/24

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