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The Payoffs of Medical Transportation

Nowadays, many healthcare companies choose to provide medical transportation in Georgia as they are protected by the safe harbor legislation enacted by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. Experts have predicted that one of the big changes in the industry is the increase of medical trips covered by Medicaid or other insurance providers … Continue reading

A Brief Dive into Triple-K Ambulance Compliance

A Triple-K Compliance or simply “the Triple K” actually refers to a document called the KKK-A1822. The document is outlined with ambulance regulations by the General Services Administration (GSA) as advised by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), a global organization in charge of developing the “best practices” in the industries of automotive, commercial, and … Continue reading

Safety Measures During the COVID-19 Crisis

As the COVID-19 crisis progresses, providers of ambulance service in Atlanta must comply with the safety procedures laid by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure a prompt, effective, and efficient emergency response. PPE for Front Liners Health agencies recommend using appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers when caring for COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Are the Professional’s Certificates Up to Date?

In any emergency medical transportation company, it’s important to have professionals that are certified to do the job right. Emergency medical service (EMS) can be physically demanding. Hence, it requires focus and competency in various medical and traumatic emergencies. The professional must also make good decisions under pressure to lessen the severity of the condition. … Continue reading

Understanding Critical Care Transport and Its Services

When patients’ medical needs are far greater than the available resources, they need to be transported to other places that meet their needs. Patients in critical care conditions need medical transportation in Georgia that can facilitate and maintain the critical and urgent care that they require. Critical care transport staff must have advanced and specialized … Continue reading

How to Respond when Caught in a Shooting Incident

An active shooter situation is something that cannot be predicted easily. You usually have only one to five minutes warning of time before the shooter starts rocking and rolling with his guns. What’s important, however, is that you know how to react properly and safely. Your first instinct, of course, should be to dial emergency … Continue reading