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Bullard Mentioned in Last Vegas Review Journal Article

The Abaris Group's Bill Bullard mentioned in this Last Vegas Review Journal article about the vote to designate Level 3 trauma centers at three Southern Nevada hospitals.

Health District Board Considers MountainView’s Trauma Center Application

Following a separate news story earlier this month, the Las Vegas Review-Journal recently reported on Clark County's assessment on whether it should expand the region's trauma system. In the comprehensive assessment, The Abaris Group recommended to only add one Level 3 trauma center to the system.

Complimentary Webinar on Trauma Trends: June 21, 2016, 10:30 – 11:30 am PST

Join The Abaris Group experts as they discuss the past and current trends for trauma centers and trauma systems in the U.S. To register for the free webinar, please click here

LIVE WEBCAST: Trauma Center: Benefits + Challenges of Achieving Designation

Trauma Center: Benefits + Challenges of Achieving Designation

Santa Fe's approach to cut down on 911 calls

In a recent story featured on local news station KRQE, Santa Fe is taking a "radically different approach" to reduce the number of 911 calls, and partnering with local agencies and providers to ease the strain on budgets, rescue crews, emergency rooms and on the people calling 911. Click here to review the story.

California ED Visits On The Rise

OSHPD recently released data for the number of California emergency department visits in 2014 -- 13.5 million. That's up 14.4 percent from 2010, which was 11.8 million. Click here to check out the data on OSHPD's web site. 

Innovations in EMS Delivery Around the Country Webinar

The Abaris Group hosted a webinar, Innovations in EMS Delivery Around the Country.

How to Make a Successful Urgent Care Center - Takeaways From the Two-Part Webinar Series

The Abaris Group conducted a two-part webinar series on the topic of how to manage a successful urgent care center (UCC). Part I of the series, Fundamentals of an Effective Urgent Care Center, was presented on March 25, 2014 while Part II, Taking Your Urgent Care to the Next Level, was presented on April 8, 2014. In case you missed them, here are the key takeaways from the series:

Is Google Technology Stepping Into the Medical Field? Google Glass Is Being Tested In EDs and the EMS Field

The innovative technology product, Google Glass, is currently being tested for use by physicians in the Seattle area, according to a video posted by USA Today. Emergency department (ED) physician Carl Spitzer, MD, and CEO of Healium, a Seattle-based startup that created an app that syncs medical information with Google Glass, explains the usefulness of the product.