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.

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

July 18, 2013
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Google Glass for EMS

My esteemed colleague, Greg Friese, has drawn my attention to an article about a new partnership for augmented reality and CPR with an app called CPRGlass.  He posed a question to me, asking what benefit I would see in using … Continue reading