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In this episode of the EMS Garage Podcast hosts Chris Montera and Anne Robinson Montera are joined by EMS educator and researcher Baxter Larmon from UCLA. Also on the panel is Carissa Caramanis O’Brien health care social media expert and consultant, as well as director of social media for Aetna. Baxter talks about the impetus to improve healthcare for the people of California with an initiative to add a community paramedic or mobile integrated healthcare program to that state’s EMS laws.
Carissa also brings up how using social media channels to listen to voices for change in healthcare. While channels like Twitter are limited to pushing out 140 characters in a post, there are many more words that can come back in response to a post and these various voices and points of view provide the information to give direction to change.
EMS Garage guest host Scot Kier (@MedicSBK and MedicSBK.com) comes in to fill in for regular host Chris Montera for the first of three EMS Garage episodes at EMS Today 2014 in Washington, DC. Scott is joined by an illustrious and knowledgable panel including EMS Attorney Steve Wirth, EMSBlogs.com founder Dave Konig and EMS Blogger Kelly Grayson from AmbulanceDriverFiles.com.
Never one to shy away from tough topics, Scott kicks off the discussion with a look at why EMS providers make such mistakes with the way they document their ambulance calls. An important discussion to protect the paramedics and EMTs legally as well as take the best possible care of the patient by sending along an accurate patient report to the hospital when you transport.