Reports & Resources

Fitch Insights – Chuck O’Neal

Chuck O’Neal may currently be Deputy Director of the Kentucky Board of EMS, but he has been involved in the EMS his entire life. In fact, he first intubated a mannequin at age 7! As a paramedic and a state official, Chuck offers unique perspective on working with state regulators, the challenges of rural EMS,…

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2019 EMS Trend Report: The Forces Shaping the Future of EMS

How will EMS advance at its current pace of change?

Ambulance Services: Build Your Own or Contract Out?

Transport/EMS services can change care models to help meet the Triple Aim

Fiscal things that can go bump in the night

By Anthony W. Minge, EdD “From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us!” — Scottish saying Have you ever heard that noise in the middle of the night? You know, the one just when you are dozing off and there it is … thump! And…

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Does Diet Impact Fire/EMS Performance and Outcomes?

While it is well known that good nutrition plays a significant role in our overall wellbeing, the impact of our diet tends to fall behind issues like exercise, fatigue, and exposure to carcinogens when we discuss the health risks related to performance and safety in Fire and EMS. It is time for a closer look into what…

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