Exhibitor Education and Hot Products

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Exhibitor Education

Wednesday, June 5 1:30 PM - 3 PM in the Exhibit Hall

Table 1 - IAFC Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System: Protect The Next Shift - Share Your Story
Table 2 - Public Consulting Group (PCG) Health: Is Your Department Leaving Money on the Table?
Table 3 - First iZ: First Eyes for First Responders
Table 4 - VFIS: Tranding Liability Issues in EMS

Hot Products

Wednesday, June 5 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM in the Exhibit Hall Engagement Theater


Simple Recovery: Simple First Responder Program

1:45 PM - 1:55 PM

Simple Recovery First Responder Program is a stand alone track exclusively set up to treat former and current First Responders for Alcohol, Post Traumatic Stress, Substance, Anxiety, Depression and other Co-occurring Mental Health issues. Many companies claim to have a First Responder track however they will treat First Responders along side civilians. This is obstacle to recovery as many First Responders will not open up and share about their complex trauma with civilians. Often times they can not relate to the 18 year old heroin addict or the Newport Beach housewife that is attending group with at these programs. The Simple First Responder Program was designed to create a confidential environment for our heroes to open up and get the help they need in a safe environment.

QT Medical, Inc.: PCA 500 12-lead ECG System

2:00 PM - 2:10 PM

Personal Cardiac Assistant (PCA 500), the worlds smallest FDA-cleared 12-lead Electrocardiogram can help your firefighters streamline annual ECG screenings. With PCA 500, a 12-lead ECG test takes less than 3 minutes and you can conduct the tests right in your station. Our prepositioned 12-lead electrode strip takes the hassle out of the 12-lead ECG and our software platform allows you to record an ECG from your smartphone or tablet. All ECGs are interpreted by a vetted board-certified cardiologist to ensure the most accurate reading possible. If you need an instant reading, our FDA-cleared Artificial Intelligence (AI) provides each firefighter with a report that is 98.3% accurate – that is on par with a senior cardiologist.

Philips: Philips Lumify Handheld Ultrasound

2:15 PM - 2:25 PM

Philips Lumify combines exceptional ultrasound imaging with the mobility and connectivity of smartphones and tablets. Download the free Lumify app on a compatible phone or tablet, connect the handheld Lumify ultrasound probe, and you're ready to scan. The Philips Lumify app also features the world's-first, integrated tele-ultrasound solution giving experts the ability to communicate, educate, and collaborate from anywhere in the world with two-way video and audio calls and live ultrasound. Lumify is Philips most durable ultrasound technology-- certified for EMT and military use and backed by a 5 year warranty.

Public Consulting Group (PCG) Health: EMS Cost Reporting System

2:30 PM - 2:40 PM

The EMS Cost Reporting system is an innovative and simplified approach to the required annual cost reporting process for fire departments receiving supplemental ambulance payments from Medicaid's GEMT program.

Pulmodyne: GO PAP

2:45 PM - 2:55 PM

The GO-PAP runs on 10 LPM and provides 90 LPM of flow to the patient. With that, they also receive ~30% FiO2 and accurate PEEP levels of 5, 7.5, and 10 cm H2O. There's also an integrated nebulizer port to nebulize without disrupting the flow of CPAP. The GO-PAP has made providing CPAP for your patient that much easier. The GO-PAP is also offered in a Fixed 10, so you never have to worry about being out of protocol.