The new amendment to the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act declaration aims to open more pathways for telehealth use and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Private ambulance companies received $350 million in federal COVID-19 assistance in April, but the American Ambulance Association says that's far from enough.
Paramedic Tara Blunt's colleagues and community members have rallied around her and set up a donation fund to help with expenses as the holiday season approaches.
MedArrive aims to provide affordable at-home healthcare services by combining physician-led telehealth with hands-on care from EMS professionals.
SouthBridge EMS's transport revenue is estimated to be down by at least $230,000 this year.
Friday is the deadline for states to requests doses of the Pfizer vaccine, as officials work to determine who will receive the first shots.
Tracking the coronavirus-related deaths of EMTs and paramedics.
On this episode of Inside EMS, our co-hosts discuss CDC guidelines for the release of the COVID-19 vaccine and where emergency services providers should fall on the priority scale.