In a recent episode of Inside EMS, which was first published on EMS1.com, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson examine the current EMS models, and evaluate which may or may not have the components necessary to withstand the changes that come with a rapidly developing industry, shaped increasingly by modern technology and new protocols and research.
The Public Utility Model, the value of System Status Management and the future of Private EMS are all discussed and debated.
What are your predictions -- will all the EMS models be able to sustain operations in a rapidly changing field? Listen to the episode below, and let us know your thoughts.
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