The American Heart Association has recognized the Pulsara connection platform as part of its Get With The Guidelines registry, a company news release notes.

Pulsara is a mobile communication network designed to help medical providers minimize miscommunication and delay in emergency care. It features the ability to use real-time communication across healthcare entities. It also features specialized STEMI and stroke workflows, which may help reduce time to treatment, according to a news release and the company website.

“Pulsara connects the often fragmented and siloed system of care providers onto one simple platform. By leveraging Pulsara and the American Heart Association Get With The Guidelines, regions can maximize their efforts,” says Pulsara founder and CEO, James Woodson.

“We care about patient outcomes and are honored to be recognized as a Get With The Guidelines Compatible Vendor,” states critical care flight paramedic and Pulsara Chief Marketing Officer, Kris Kaull. “With consistent adherence to the Get With The Guidelines quality improvement program, research has shown lower mortality rates and better outcomes.”

The American Heart Association Get With The Guidelines is an online tool with five modules: Atrial Fibrillation, Heart Failure, Resuscitation, Stroke and a fifth module, Coronary Artery Disease relaunched in 2017 to support Mission: Lifeline, per the release.

For more information, visit Pulsara.

[Source(s): Pulsara, PRWeb]