The Unwired Medic

Teaching EMS providers & other public safety pros about using mobile tech to improve their practice, patient care, continuing education, scene safety, general entertainment, & productivity.

January 24, 2016
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New Year’s Resolution

This past year has been full of problems for The Unwired Medic, after dealing with severe allergies and asthma for much of the year, tied with some other medical challenges, and getting behind on completing my courses for my degree, … Continue reading

September 3, 2015
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Let’s Talk About Your Dangly Bits

Welcome to September 2015! It’s that time of year, when several public safety bloggers unify to present a non-profit organization called “Kilted To Kick Cancer” (KTKC) and their annual drive to bring awareness to male-specific cancers, and to raise funds … Continue reading

April 1, 2015
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Phillips MRX to Feature Add-On Voice Mods

Just a short article today. More articles coming down the pike soon though. Thanks for reading!!! A couple years ago, I was beta testing the Philips MRx defibrillator/monitor for an agency and I ran a code almost right out of … Continue reading

August 5, 2013
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The Future of Health Informatics

Health Informatics… It is the IT (information Technology) of the medical field.  Your standard geek (term used affectionately) with a couple basic Microsoft and CompTIA certifications managing your health information, electronic patient care records (ePCR’s), and medical billing probably isn’t … Continue reading