A New Look (and Updated URL)

Whether you have been one of our followers this past year or just found us recently, we appreciate your interest in High Performance EMS and our revised blog site. We are excited to now be a part of the FireEMS Blogs network and look forward to the possibility of reaching a larger audience and hearing from additional voices. Please be sure to click and bookmark the URL at http://HighPerformanceEMS.com in place of any previous addresses and visit back here often. You can expect to find conference reviews, technology updates, topical opinions, and profiles of High Performance EMS agencies along with links to key topics and constantly updated news feeds and tweets.

As an additional resource, we have a Solutions tab that links you to providers that enhance the capabilities of your EMS agency to become more efficient and effective in delivering prehospital care. This is not a paid advertisement listing, but an “invitation-only” section where vendors earn their inclusion by proving their value in successful implementations that show a positive return on investment. The Guest Blog tab provides information on how you can submit a posting to be considered for inclusion in this blog. There are some rules and we reserve the right to accept or reject content based on its perceived value to our community. If you want to learn more about why this blog was created and what we hope to accomplish, check out the About tab. If you have comments or suggestions, we love to hear those too. So feel free to post a comment anytime.

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