10 Fundamentals of Onsite Health and Safety

Posted on July 01, 2019

Onsite health and safety requires an integrated system that encourages employees to participate and engage in their own health, whereby offering them the care they need. It is essential that an onsite health program offers a comprehensive health service that covers clinical care, fitness, lifestyle and chronic condition management. There are some fundamentals that need to be in place, regardless of the size of the organisation:

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CAMTS Accreditation: Important Questions Answered

Posted on July 01, 2019

With accreditation from CAMTS, AirMed is able to deliver a seamless transport experience to its customers across the globe. Even though some states require an air medical transportation company to be accredited by an institution like CAMTS; this is not applicable on a national level. In order to attain the “fully accredited” status, air medical transport companies must volunteer to get areas of their service reviewed. This process would include site inspections, review of manuals and files, personnel interviews and different criteria analysis.

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7 Ways For Safe Air Medical Transport of Elderly Passengers

Posted on June 01, 2019

Safe air medical transport of elderly passengers is a growing need. Travelling has been on the rise globally, this, along with the increasing aged population has resulted in a significant increase in older passengers. Moreover, for elderly patients with medical complications, air travel is considered the safest mode of transportation. Below mentioned are some procedures that can be followed to ensure safe air medical transport of elderly passengers.

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How Medical Transport Membership Saves Lives

Posted on June 01, 2019

As a traveler you do not know that if you will end up in a hospital while away from home. People end up spending a fortune to get home if they find themselves stranded in a remote location after falling ill or getting injured. Trips to medical appointments have also increased with the growth in medical care on an outpatient basis and an expanding number of individuals with chronic conditions. Patients with chronic conditions may need medical transport more than anyone else. By acquiring medical transport membership you can rest easy that you will be covered if the need arises.

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The Ultimate Guide to International EMS in Healthcare

Posted on May 29, 2019

What is International EMS and how does it play a role in providing healthcare services globally

An Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is a comprehensive system, developed to ensure that patients struck by sudden illness or injury, receive health and safety services; in order to prevent mortality and morbidity. In simple terms, Emergency medical services serve as the gateway for accessing secondary and tertiary services, when a medical emergency arises.

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