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Deadline | Michael Bay’s Action-Thriller ‘Ambulance’ Adds Five To Cast

From Deadline on February 4

Grammy nominated recording artist Wale FolarinCedric SandersJackson WhiteColin Woodell and Olivia Stambouliah are joining Michael Bay’s Endeavor Content-Universal action thriller Ambulancewe have learned.

The five join the growing cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza Gonzalez, Garret DillahuntA Martinez, Keir O’Donnell and Moses Ingram.

Tthe pic is based off the original Danish Film Ambulancen and in the spirit of such 1990s action pics as Speed and Bad Boys. Chris Fedak wrote the original script. Bay, Bradley Fischer of New Republic Pictures, James Vanderbilt, Will Sherak and Ian Bryce are producing. Michael Kase and Mark Moran are EPs.

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COVID-19 EMS Association Thank You Video

#EMS association leaders say THANK YOU to #paramedics, #EMTs, #dispatchers, and other #MobileHealthcare professionals. Thank you for serving on the very front lines of our nation’s #COVID19 response!

Thank you to Matt Zavadsky for creating this video!

COVID-19 Healthcare Resilience Working Group Vax Videos

The Federal Pre-Hospital / EMS COVID-19 Healthcare Resilience Working Group put together two wonderful videos to encourage EMS providers to get both the COVID-19 vaccination and seasonal flu shot. Please share with your staff!

Watch Video 1: https://vimeo.com/492847212/3682909c4c

Watch Video 2: https://vimeo.com/492847424/d5a17f6b4c

 

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Update from Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance

COVID-19 has significantly affected our community and communities around the country and the world. Through the beginning of December, there have been over 14 million confirmed COVID cases in the United States. This represents only about 4% of the US population. Vaccination against this novel coronavirus seems necessary to achieve a level of immunity that will prevent significant burden on all aspects of American life.

In a small survey of EMS Providers by EMS1, 41% of respondents indicated they would not be willing to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if approved for use. An additional 19% indicated they were not sure and 12% only if mandated by their employer. This leaves only 24% who indicated they would be willing to receive the vaccine.

Based on these and other survey results, Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance sought to provide information to its team members and to all regional EMS providers. The goal of this podcast style video is to allow our team members and others who may view it to make a more informed decision about receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

If you are viewing this from outside our regional EMS system, be sure to discuss this topic further with your EMS Medical Director, service leadership, personal physician, etc.

https://www.tristateambulance.org/ems-covid-vaccine/

CNBC | Why Ambulance Rides Are So Expensive In The United States

Thank you to American Ambulance Association Payment Reform Chair Asbel Montes for eloquently representing the EMS perspective on surprise coverage in this video from CNBC:


It’s an open secret in America that calling for an ambulance can be a financial gamble because of surprise bills. There’s no way for patients to know how much an ambulance will cost before they get inside the vehicle, and the final bill can be thousands of dollars. Here’s why ambulances are so expensive in the United States and what can be done to change it.

EMS.gov | EMS Week Message from Secretary Elaine L. Chao

From EMS.gov:

U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao Thanks EMS Professionals in Recognition of National EMS Week

“You are making a tremendous difference for our country,” Secretary Chao says in video message

In recognition of National Emergency Medical Services Week, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao recorded a video message honoring the people of EMS and their families for their sacrifice and dedication to their communities, especially during this unprecedented pandemic. As the nation marks the 46th National EMS Week, we also recognize the 50th anniversary of the creation of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has supported the advancement of EMS systems since its inception.

2020 Stars of Life Nominations Are Open!

#StarsofLife | www.stars.ambulance.org | May 4-6, 2020 | Intercontinental Wharf | Washington, DC
The American Ambulance Association’s Stars of Life program celebrates the contributions of ambulance professionals who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in service to their communities or the #mobilehealthcare profession.

Nominate YOUR rockstars at www.stars.ambulance.org by March 1, 2020!

Video: Ambulance vs Rideshare App

Confused by the media stories recommending that patients travel by rideshare app instead of ambulance? Let us clear up the differences for you! From trauma to stroke to childbirth, highly-trained Paramedics and EMTs save and sustain lives every day. Can even a 5-star Uber driver say that? Watch our video to learn a little more about how mobile healthcare cares for patients.

Debut of Unit 68 Film Ft. Acadian Ambulance

Unit 68 premiered worldwide on YouTube today. The short film was written and directed by David K. Jarreau, a Paramedic with Acadian Ambulance Service, and features an Acadian ambulance. The film depicts a young boy, Mack, and his experience with a mysterious ambulance that forever changes his life. The film is loosely based on real-life experiences faced by Unit 68 In Baton Rouge, LA. Jarreau stated on Baton Rouge’s Local 33 news that part his motivation to create this film was to address today’s shortage of EMS personnel. He hopes that the film will inspire young viewers to aspire to careers in EMS.

Watch the video above, or on YouTube.

VIDEO: Support Sustainable EMS Funding


EMS needs your support to survive! Learn from American Emergency Vehicles founder Mark Van Arnam what you can do to advocate for sustainable funding for ambulance services, then visit the AAA Advocacy page to reach out to your elected officials.

(AAA is deeply grateful to REV Group, Inc. for developing this video.)

Patient Apologies in EMS

When something goes wrong during an ambulance transport, sometimes the most important thing to do is to apologize to your patient. Join Matthew Streger, Esq. of Keavney Streger for a brief overview of the Dos and Don’ts of saying, “I’m sorry.”

Ambulance Payment Reform Whiteboard Video

The American Ambulance Association needs your help to build the future of EMS—an innovative industry compensated fairly and recognized appropriately for the critical healthcare it provides. Learn more in the video below, then visit our Payment Reform page to get involved!

Ambulance services across the country are struggling to survive in the face of falling reimbursement, short-sighted regulations, and rising costs. EMS providers of all sizes must share critical cost data, meet with legislators, and speak with one voice as we work to surmount these obstacles and position ambulance services for success today and for many years to come.

Managing Former Peers: Tips for New Supervisors

One of the trickiest transitions in an emergency medical services career is moving from peer to supervisor. The American Ambulance Association’s HR & Operations Consultant, Scott Moore, Esq. shares some tips on redefining relationships with EMTs and Paramedics during the move to management. A must watch for your newer leaders!

Video: Managing Former Peers—Tips for New Supervisors

A must-watch for your new managers and supervisors!

One of the trickiest transitions in am emergency medical services career is moving from peer to supervisor. The American Ambulance Association’s HR & Operations Consultant, Scott Moore, Esq. shares some tips on redefining relationships with the EMTs and Paramedics you now supervise.

Have a question for Scott? AAA members, submit your requests today via our HR & Operations Consultation form!

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