Using Technology to Improve Emergency Response
Emergency diseases such as heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest, account for millions of incidences annually in the U.S. These incidences are extremely time-sensitive and dependent on bystander response and care. Using digital strategies such as virtual and augmented reality, mobile apps and drones, can improve bystander response, training and outcomes. This presentation will explore these topics along with examples of how they are used and demonstrations of some of the various technologies.
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- How can technology and digital strategies be combined to improve education, response and outcomes for emergency response conditions?
- How will healthcare incorporate current digital strategies and technology and how will they advance healthcare in the future?
- Does the use of digital strategies and technology really improve response and outcomes in emergency response situations?
- Marion Leary, Director of Innovation Research, Center for Resuscitation Science, Un of Penn
Marion Leary, Director of Innovation Research, Center for Resuscitation Science, Un of Penn