I like it here in Dever at Zoll Summit.
I like talking to the rep that handles my Department’s monitors and ePCRs. I like talking to the sales people about what’s new and improved in the line of products. I like listening to presentations from speakers about the future of EMS technology and how, as one twitter follower asked, it’s getting smaller, smarter and cheaper.
I sent out a message yesterday morning asking you what you would change on your monitors if you could. The responses were what we all expect, smaller, lighter, less cumbersome, better cables, but the one thing that was mentioned most was the ability to wirelessly transmit 12 lead ECGs to any destination regardless of proprietary tech on the receiving side.
When I read that I nearly shouted out loud in the presentation room. Reason being that the speaker was discussing the launch today of ZOLL RescueNet 12-Lead, an open architecture, browser based transmission system that allows any person with log on credentials to view a transmitted 12-Lead anywhere they have an internet signal.