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How to Obtain Those Tricky Ambulance Billing Signatures

A patient in the back of an ambulance during a training drill.

Jason D. Haag writes about the importance of having the Assignment of Benefits (AOB) form filled out correctly.

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Photos: Vernon Township (IN) Ambulance Enters Service

The Vernon Township (IN) Fire Department placed Medic 431 in service earlier this month.

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First Fully Electric Ambulance Launched in the UK

The photo shows an electric ambulance.

The ambulance is powered by a 96kW battery pack which provides a top speed of 75 mph and can achieve a range of 105-110 miles with a current recharge time of four hours.

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Margate-Coconut Creek (FL) Fire Rescue Gets Two New Wheeled Coach Type 1 Rigs

Margate-Coconut Creek (FL) Fire Rescue had Wheeled Coach build it two Type 1 ambulances on Freightliner M2 chassis with extended cabs and 180-inch long patient modules.

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‘Smartbulance:’ Telemedicine Monitoring for COVID-19 Patient Evacuation

Learn how Magen David Adom in Israel started operating double-cabin ambulances to transport COVID-19 patients to the hospital.

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REV Ambulance Group Delivers 81 Ambulances to FDNY to Bolster COVID-19 Responses

REV Ambulance Group stepped up to the plate during the COVID-19 pandemic when it swept through New York City earlier this year.

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Fighting Provider Fatigue

While fatigue and chronic sleep deprivation in EMS providers are certainly a critical consideration in relation to safe ambulance operations, it is also critical to all parts of our mission.

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CAAS Updates Its Ground Vehicle Standard

CAAS-GVS V2.0 is now published with an effective date of July 1, 2019. The CAAS-GVS team is already planning for V3.0, which is scheduled to start development in 2021 and be effective in 2022.

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Life as an Emergency Response Medic in Southern Pottawatomie County (OK)

Erin O’Grady is one of a handful of elite REACT paramedics who have met the strenuous requirements to be an emergency response unit paramedic.

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Horton’s Concept Demo Truck Showcases Dynamic Innovation

The 2020 edition includes significant improvements in technology, mobility, ease of use, fit and finish and the ability for emergency service providers to perform their critical functions while remaining safely buckled up.

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