Perhaps the best testimonial a company like Pulsara could hope for, is one where someone is in a job they love so much that they say they will retire from that job - only to be so touched by our potential to impact lives on such a large scale that they feel compelled to come work for us instead. 

Brandon Means is a paramedic and RN who loves saving lives and helping sick patients above all else. In his past role, he was also a customer of Pulsara. After noting the effect the company had on door-to-needle and door-to balloon times, Brandon realized the opportunity to impact lives on such a broad scale was a chance he could not turn down and became one of our Clinical Specialists. The rest, as they say, is history. 

Recently, Brandon was chosen by Sam Bradley, host of the Disaster Podcast, to be featured on an episode of The MedicCast. The episode was cast live from the PhysioControl Studios on the floor of the EMS World Expo earlier this fall, after Sam saw a demo of Pulsara. 

"We always talk about communication problems between EMS and hospitals, within hospitals, and between hospitals ... this thing can solve all of that!" Sam said as she introduced Pulsara to Jamie Davis the Podmedic and Chris Montera, host at 

During the episode, Brandon explained how when EMS agencies and hospitals have goal times that aren't met, it is rarely because people weren't trying hard enough, weren't doing their jobs, were being lazy, etcetera ... instead it's because there is a breakdown in communication. Pulsara elminates these breakdowns, making way instead, for one simple and effective way to get the job done. 

Because Brandon can say it better than any amount of words I could type, watch his interview here (4:45-15:00).



Hannah Ostrem

Written by Hannah Ostrem

Hannah holds a Master's degree in Neuroscience and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, which she uses to analyze and interpret the peculiar behaviors of the rest of the Pulsara marketing team.