Aladtec Software Instrumental in Staffing Minnesota State Fair

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Aladtec Online Employee Scheduling & Workforce Management is Instrumental When Staffing Medical Personnel for the Minnesota State Fair October 7, 2014 - St. Paul, MN - The Great Minnesota … [Read more...]

Pain Tolerance and the 1 – 10 Scale

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Last night I watched a friend of mine break a stack of bricks with his bare hand. As a trained martial artist he's no stranger to breaking things with his body. In fact, he's been putting his hands … [Read more...]

Two Things About Proper Patient Restraint

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Apollo MedFlight (TX) Chooses Aladtec

Apollo MedFlight (TX) Chooses Aladtec for Staff Scheduling and Data Management Solutions   This organization requires tools that allow them to be as flexible as possible in the extremely fluid … [Read more...]

Injured KY EMT Loses Leg

Two months after a Louisville EMT was injured in a fatal crash on River Road, doctors remove his leg. [Read the whole story here] … [Read more...]

Medic “Couldn’t Give A F**K” If Patient Was Alive

A Romanian medic told a  shocked crowed that she "Couldn't give a f**k" if a nearby patient was alive or dead after the crowd implored her to investigate the mans obvious respirations after she had … [Read more...]

Aladtec, Inc. Announces Branding Consolidation for Popular First Responder Software Solutions

May 16, 2014 - Hudson, WI - Aladtec, Inc., the company behind the popular online employee scheduling and workforce management systems, EMS Manager, FIRE Manager, and Zanager, is rebranding and … [Read more...]

101 Things We Should Teach Every New EMT

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1) You aren't required to know everything. 2) You are required to know the foundational knowledge and skills of your job. No excuses. 3) Always be nice. It's a force multiplier. 4) There is … [Read more...]

All Medics Should Be Armed

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A comment by Skip Kirkwood I think medics should be armed........with Verbal Judo and other established training in defusing violent situations....with the Escaping Violent Encounters course from … [Read more...]

Providence E.R. Begins First Clinical Test of Google Glass

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Beginning Friday, Rhode Island Hospital's emergency department will become the first in the nation, officials say, to use Google Glass technology to stream live images of a … [Read more...]