In part 3 of a 3 episode series of shows on Innovations in Patient Care, host Jamie Davis, the Podmedic, RN, NREMTP, BA, closes his discussion with Tom Bouthillet and Mike McEvoy about patient care technology predictions for 2011 and what next year holds for innovations in patient monitoring, assessment and care.
Tom Bouthillet is a Lieutenant/Paramedic with Hilton Head Fire and Rescue in South Carolina and is also the celebrated author of the Prehospital 12-Lead ECG site (EMS12Lead.com). Tom has been on the show before discussing capnography in the November episodes of this podcast and has also been a frequent guest on the MedicCast including a multi-part series on the ECC updates from the American Heart Association this past October.
Mike McEvoy is a cardiac surgery nurse, a paramedic, resuscitation and medical school educator, and frequent speaker and educator at national nursing, medical and EMS conferences. Mike can also be found at MikeMcEvoy.com and in numerous educational CEU segments at Physio-ControlUniversity.com.
In Part 3 of this three part series, Tom and Mike turn their discussion of to what they are looking forward to in 2011. They spend some time focusing on code teams, cardiac arrest management and what the new educational materials for the 2010 ECC update might look like. Make sure you follow up here on the Innovations in Patient Care podcast to pick up the other episodes in this series as they are released and also the previous episodes and discussions.