Improving Patient Outcomes Through In-Flight Intelligent Connectivity
Today, 45% of the world’s population still lives in rural regions where access to critical treatment via a ground ambulance during an emergency would take hours. This means that 3.4 billion people globally would have a better chance of surviving with air medical services. However, the transfer of critically ill patients is still one of the riskiest phases of care. Air ambulance services require innovations to improve their operations and to ultimately provide more effective patient care and outcomes.
In this white paper, discover:
- What is a transport physician and how do they improve patient survivability?
- How can operators utilize connectivity solutions to provide better in-flight patient care?
- What is medical data transfer and how can it improve patient outcomes?
Download the White Paper
This white paper will provide an overview of how air medical operators can improve patient survivability by adopting connectivity solutions.