How to Use Checklists to Counter the Effects of Fatigue and Improve Patient Care

By Team Pulsara   |   September 11, 2018

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following content originally appeared on EMS1.com. Special thanks to our guest author, Tim Nowak for EMS1 BrandFocus. Tim is the founder and CEO of...

How One EMS System is Working to Improve Care Systems in Time-Sensitive Emergencies

By Hannah Ostrem   |   January 5, 2017

When the concept for EMS was born nearly 50 years ago, it was meant to be an integrated part of a smooth system of care beginning with the call to EMS dispatch and...

WFBH Uses Code Sepsis Initiative to Reduce Mortality Index by More Than Half

By Hannah Ostrem   |   October 27, 2016
 
Though Pulsara was created to streamline acute care coordination and improve outcomes, it is key to remember that the Pulsara application is not a "magic bullet."...

Change is Here to Stay: What That Means for Healthcare and the Beloved Pager.

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   October 18, 2016

When it comes to communication in healthcare, do you ever feel like you're playing a game of "telephone?"

One of the most challenging aspects of living in the...

Lactate and Sepsis: 10 things you need to know to save lives

By Hannah Ostrem   |   September 30, 2016

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following content originally appeared on EMS1.com as paid content sponsored by Pulsara. Special thanks to our guest blogger, Drew Rinella for EMS1...

The Broken Radio Report and What We Can Learn from "Emergency!"

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   August 9, 2016

Just for grins and giggles, I signed in to Netflix recently and watched a few episodes of the medical drama from the 70's, "Emergency!" I'm a little young to remember the...

Geographic Information Systems in Healthcare: A Crucial Intersection

By Hannah Ostrem   |   July 19, 2016

Geographic Information System (GIS) software has long been employed by public health agencies to assess the health of populations in various locations. But now, healthcare...

Consensus Definitions of Sepsis and Septic Shock: Agree to Disagree!

By Brandon Means   |   April 20, 2016

Defining Sepsis and Septic shock has been a hot topic since 1991, when the first definitions and clinical criteria for these conditions were published. After Emmanuel...

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