ePCRs saving time for emergency responders

04/4/2008 | Government Technology

Electronic patient-care recording charts have replaced paper files for emergency service personnel in Louisville, Ky. The ePCRs are "like a Blackberry for emergency medical care" and allow the first responders to spend more time on patient care than paperwork. Patient data is input into the hand-held device and then transmitted to the hospital wirelessly while the patient and emergency crew are in transit.

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