Maryland EMS is pressed to share triage study
Washington Post, February 2, 2009
As Maryland lawmakers wrestle with the future of the state's emergency medical service following the fatal crash of a state helicopter taking accident victims to a hospital, a private company has come forward with a new concern about the independent agency. The company accuses Maryland EMS leaders of dragging their feet in releasing the results of a study of a new method for triaging patients in mass casualty incidents.
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