JEMS.com - 5/28
SafetyPAD produces first NEMSIS 3 CARES Exchange Wtih Chicago Fire...
EMSWorld.com - 5/1
SafetyPAD announces its second implementation with a Hamilton County, OH agency—Green Township...
PRESS RELEASE - 4/16
The First Response system deployed by SafetyPAD at the Boston Marathon was not a Mass Casualty device; it was part of Boston EMS's existing electronic patient care reporting system that has been in place since 2004...
Twitter.com - 4/15
SafetyPAD First Response Android device Deployed at Boston Marathon.
Firehouse.com - 4/12
Boston EMS is deploying a new, off-the-shelf, lightweight mobile Android device for the first time at the Boston Marathon.
Pro Med Network - 3/31
SafetyPAD brings innovation to ePCR with everything they need to enhance the operation of the entire EMS enterprise via two mature and interconnected platforms...
9-1-1 Magazine - 2/22
Patient outcomes are improving because electronic reporting systems are giving doctors and hospital staff near real-time access to patient history and other critical information...
SafetyPAD is a comprehensive, flexible, easy-to-use electronic Patient Care Reporting (ePCR) system that allows agencies to collect, utilize and share incident and patient EMS data. SafetyPAD allows first responders and paramedics to accurately generate pre-hospital patient care documentation in the field in real-time. It provides EMS agencies with everything they need to enhance the operation of the entire EMS enterprise via two mature and interconnected platforms: SafetyPAD Mobile (for in-field data collection) and SafetyPAD Enterprise (a web-based EMS information management system).
Our Heartfelt Sympathies
We, at SafetyPAD, are truly saddened by the tragic events that transpired at the Boston Marathon. Our deepest condolences go out to the victims and families impacted by the explosions.
Among other public safety and event personnel we are truly grateful to the staff of Boston EMS, some of whom we have worked with over the years, who placed their own safety at risk to help the injured runners, workers, and spectators today. We are also extremely relieved that a member of our team, Josh Austin, who was supporting Boston EMS near the finish line during the event, is safe.
During this heartbreaking day, our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone impacted by this terrible incident.
Purchase SafetyPAD with a Grant
Federal, local, and State grants are available today to assist your agency in purchasing SafetyPAD EMS Information systems. There are a host of grants to provide agencies with a mechanism to reduce or eliminate upfront costs for equipment as well. Check with your State or local municipalities for details about these local grants and refer to the FEMA website for more details about Federal programs. Learn more about grant assistance.