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Defibrillators are a relatively recent life-saving invention, but one that is all too often viewed as ‘exclusively for the experts.’ This couldn’t be further from the truth.
BRISBANE, Australia – November 23, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
According to My First Aid Course Brisbane, anyone can use a defibrillator and they might just save someone else’s life by doing so. While defibrillators are surprisingly user-friendly, even for the untrained, the leading provider of first aid courses in Brisbane still recommends people familiarise themselves with the device by participating in a first aid course.
A defibrillator, or AED, is an easy-to-use portable device designed to assess for and deliver an electrical shock to someone in cardiac arrest. My First Aid Course Brisbane explains that the shock can be successful in resuscitation by resetting a heart that is in a chaotic pattern.
The key signs of cardiac arrest are unresponsiveness and abnormal breathing, says the leading training provider. There are a lot of different reasons why this happens, but the symptoms are the same – and defibrillation, combined with CPR, will likely be the only way to get the heart beating again.
My First Aid Course Brisbane explains that defibrillators assess the heart rhythm of the patient and will only instruct the user to shock them if it is necessary. Because the device itself decides whether a shock is needed and provides instructions to the rescuer, the person administering first aid can use the defibrillator confidently without fear of causing harm. When used effectively, defibrillators have a dramatic and positive impact on chances of survival.
If someone is showing symptoms of cardiac arrest, My First Aid Course Brisbane says the first step is to tell the emergency services and begin performing CPR. The best way to learn and practice CPR and emergency response skills is by attending an accredited first aid and CPR course from a reputable provider, like My First Aid Course Brisbane, which offers group training and public courses across Brisbane.
AEDs can be found in a prominent position in many public spaces, such as train stations, shopping malls, gyms, sporting venues and large office buildings. My First Aid Course Brisbane says when a defibrillator arrives on scene, the user needs to simply turn it on and follow the audible prompts.
For more information or to enroll in the best CPR course Brisbane–wide, contact My First Aid Course Brisbane. Industry-leading AEDs can be purchased online.
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This telemedicine healthcare company offers innovative solutions that improve access to quality healthcare
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – November 22, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Let’s Talk Interactive (LTI), a leader in customizable health solutions, is among the 50 fastest-growing companies in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to the Charlotte Business Journal. LTI offers healthcare providers a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform and virtual care solutions that increase patient access to quality healthcare. The company is currently experiencing record growth and recently hired a new CFO to further expand its business opportunities.
“Being included in this list with other prestigious businesses is an honor and is only made possible by our dedicated team who shares our commitment to providing best-in-class innovation and service to our partners,” said Arthur Cooksey, Founder and CEO of LTI. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies in Charlotte and intend to carry this momentum forward.”
LTI recognizes that digital healthcare solutions are not one-size-fits-all, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The firm recently launched a new enterprise telehealth platform, TrustVideo, that is customizable with any workflow, can integrate with any EMR/EHR and serves any medical use case. LTI’s Medcart software pairs with medical hardware such as telemedicine carts, soft packs, and peripherals – all part of LTI’s overall custom telemedicine solutions that enable providers to evaluate patients remotely.
The Fast 50 is an annual ranking of growing companies, using a dollar or percentage growth in revenue during a three-year span. The findings are compiled by the Charlotte Business Journal and CliftonLarsonAllen, and the final rankings will be announced at an awards banquet at The Westin Charlotte on Dec. 1, 2022. All nominated companies will be profiled in a special Charlotte Business Journal report.
The Fast 50 is but one of many awards LTI has earned recently. Along with receiving the 2020 Zoom Video Communications Trailblazer award, it also ranked 4966 in this year’s Inc. 5000, a listing of the most successful companies in America, and ninth in Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 Regionals: Mid-Atlantic list. In addition, Arthur Cooksey was named one of Charlotte’s Most Admired CEOs for 2022 and a Health Care Hero in 2021 for his achievements within the healthcare community.
LTI is committed to providing innovative solutions for patients and healthcare providers in the post-COVID-19 era. To learn more about Let’s Talk Interactive, Inc. and its many services, visit https://letstalkinteractive.com.
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Let’s Talk Interactive, Inc. (LTI) is an innovator in telehealth that has developed the most complete and configurable HIPAA-compliant telemedicine platform in the world. Through proprietary telehealth software, medical hardware, and provider network solutions, LTI gives those in need instant access to care. Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, the company ranked No. 496 on the 2022 Inc. 5000 annual list of fastest-growing companies. For more information about Let’s Talk Interactive, visit www.letstalkinteractive.com.
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The partnership will bring virtual cardiac rehabilitation and recovery into the homes of patients in Davis Health System’s service area.
NEW YORK & ELKINS, W.V. – November 22, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Recora today announced it has been selected by Davis Health System for its Virtual Cardiac Recovery Program. This program will deliver cardiac rehabilitation in a way that has never been available to the region before, creating new opportunities for patients to recover and transform their lives from the comfort of their homes.
“Our team is dedicated to improving the cardiac rehabilitation process for our patients. We know how valuable this program is to improving their health and extending their life, but the biggest challenge continues to be patients showing up and sticking with the program,” said Kathy Sturm, VP & Chief Nursing Officer, Davis Health System. “With Recora expanding our cardiac rehab program to a virtual environment, we believe this will increase patient participation and eliminate many of the challenges that have prevented patients from engaging, or even being able to participate, especially in the rural community we serve. Given the assistance and coach provided to each patient enrolled in this virtual program, Recora is set up to help patients overcome technical concerns as well.”
Through virtual tools provided to patients and on-demand access to care teams and other resources, the program empowers patients to manage their heart health from home while enabling providers and plans to provide comprehensive cardiac care and strengthen patient relationships. Recora’s Cardiac Recovery Program moves beyond 12 weeks of rehabilitation to deliver comprehensive care management that focuses on a patient’s overall health and wellness.
Recora currently serves cardiac patients in the U.S. across health systems, health plans and medical groups in urban, suburban and rural communities.
“Davis Health System has taken a critical step forward serving their community in cardiac rehab, and we are proud to partner with them in these efforts,” said Recora CEO Abhishek Chandra. “Currently only about 1 in 4 eligible patients ever start a center-based program. The addition of a virtual program with an outreach strategy has been shown to engage more patients overall, including a 15% increase in center-based patients.”
Recora’s Cardiac Recovery Program has garnered industry-leading results that include:
Recora’s mission is to redefine the future of heart health. Recora’s Cardiac Recovery Program for health systems, medical groups and health plans makes it easier to recover from a cardiac event through immersive programs delivered online. With Recora, healthcare providers are able to establish a longitudinal relationship with patients and help them live longer, fuller lives. To learn more, visit recora.com.
ABOUT DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM
At Davis Health System we have the technology, expertise and services that make us the regional choice for prevention, detection and treatment of disease. As rare as that level of medical advancement is in a rural community, it’s CARE that defines us.
Healthcare is people taking care of people. Here, our employees care for families, loved ones, friends, neighbors, visitors… and every person counts; every person benefits from safe and excellent care.
Davis Medical Center (DMC) has been identified as one of the Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals in the nation. According to NRHA, Davis Medical Center outperformed numerous rural hospitals nationwide in an evaluation done by the Chartis Center for Rural Health using iVantage Health Analytics. Hospitals were analyzed in eight areas: inpatient market share, outpatient market share, quality, outcomes, patient perspective, cost, charge and financial stability.
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