16 – Pexip Website

About: Website about the company Pexip which provides a telehealth video platform which can be used by first responders to have a video consultation in the ambulance with specialists.

URL: https://www.pexip.com/healthcare

Language: English


14 – COSMOTE Website

About: Website about the 5G network COSMOTE that has now been implemented in ambulances in Greece. In the ambulance the EKAB (National Emergency Assistance Care) emergency medical technician (EMT) has an ultrasound device, a tactile glove with sensors, a monitor and headphones for high-definition video and audio on board the ambulance. In this way remote doctors can examine the patient en route to the hospital.

URL: https://www.cosmote.gr/cs/otegroup/en/5g_asthenoforo.html

Language: English

13 – Jodapro Website

About: Website about the Norwegian company Jodapro who provides head cameras that paramedics can use in the field to communicate with doctors at the hospital and stream video from the emergency scene. The idea arose from the principle of equal treatment which means that everyone should get the best treatment no matter where you live.

URL: https://www.jodapro.no/en/home

Language: Norwegian

10 – Max Life Website

About: Website about the American company Max Life Advanced Telemedicine who offers advanced mobile ambulatory telemedicine technology such as video cameras etc.

URL: https://www.maxlifelive.com

Language: English

You can find video demonstration clips of the products in Youtube clip 8 and 9.

9 – Hippo Health Website

About: Website about Hippo Health which is an app that helps EMS teams. The app enables video consultation either between the en-route-paramedic to a 911 caller or between the paramedic and a physician in the hospital.

URL: https://www.hippohealth.com/ems

Language: English

You can find a video demonstration clip in Youtube clip 7.

8 – What is the Emory Rural Tele-EMS Network?

“What is the Emory Rural Tele-EMS Network?”

About: Website that explains ER-TEMS which is short for Emory Rural Tele-EMS Network and it provides 12 Georgian counties, in the US, access to Emergency medicine doctors via video consultation in the ambulance. By doing this the hospital gets prepared for the patient and no time is lost when the patient arrives to the hospital. There is also a demonstration video on the website.

URL: https://med.emory.edu/departments/emergency-medicine/sections/prehospital-disaster/community-impact/emory-rural-tele-ems-network.html

Language: English