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Pulsara Around the World - February 2024

Pulsara Around the World - February 2024

January Recap

With four trade shows — NAEMSP, Florida Fire Conference, Arrowhead EMS Conference, and the MHCA Statewide Symposium — under our belts, January 2024 was our busiest January since 2019!

NAEMSP-2024Pictured: Brandon Means, Kate Leatherby, and Tim Hakamaki set up the booth at NAEMSP.

We're also excited to announce that we published our first pediatric and behavioral-health-focused case study! 

Celebrating our Customers' Successes

  • Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services created a new protocol to bypass the ED and transport eligible pediatric behavioral health patients directly to behavioral health facilities, resulting in a 44% decrease of pediatric behavioral health patients transported to the ED. Download the case study here. 

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COMING UP February 2024

Visit the links below to learn more about each conference and set up a meeting with our teams while they're in town!

  February 7 - 9 | International Stroke Conference
Phoenix, AZ


  February 24 - 23 | Finger Lakes EMS Conference
Geneva, NY


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Have a conference you'd like Pulsara to exhibit at—virtually or in person? Click here to submit an exhibitor request.  

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