In emergency conditions like STEMI, patient outcomes depend heavily on the time between onset of symptoms to definitive treatment. As such, clinicians should make every effort possible to reduce any delays during that period.
Enabling networked communications across organizations, for example between EMS crews and hospital teams or hospital-to-hospital in the case of transfers, further improves efficiencies of these kinds of protocols. Ensuring ALL members of the care team are on the same page when a patient should to go directly to the cath lab, for example, is critical for preparing all needed people and resources ahead of time to get treatment started quickly.
Protocols like this one can have major implications for patient outcomes. However, we should not implement these protocols by patching together antiquated communication technologies that don't integrate and only cause more confusion and delays.
The future of healthcare is teams connected across organizations by networked communication.
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