Ted Setla is one of the innovators to watch in emergence medical services because of the ways he tells stories about what we in EMS do every day. His new Code STEMI project he has been working on alongside co-creator Tom Bouthillet is just one example of that powerful story telling style he brings to his video projects.
Code STEMI is a project that looks at how systems handle cardiac emergencies from all perspectives from the patients and their loved ones to the health care professionals who come in contact with them on their journey through the emergency care systems. Ted and Tom interview them all including the responding paramedics, ER and CCU nurses, physicians, and system medical directors and administrators in order to tell the story of a cardiac care survivor and to highlight the things that other systems can implement to improve their systems of EMS care.
You can find all of the Code STEMI episodes and the special behind the scenes highlights at www.CodeSTEMI.tv.
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