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What does EMR stand for?

EMR stands for Emergency Medical Response

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The Denver Health system, which integrates acute and emergency care with public and community health, includes the Rocky Mountain Regional Trauma Center, Denver's 911 emergency medical response system, Denver Health Paramedic Division, eight family health centers, 13 school-based health centers, the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, NurseLine, Denver CARES, Denver Public Health, the Denver Health Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Center for Medical Response to Terrorism, Mass Casualties and Epidemics.
Other topics include the porosity distribution and flow rate of granular materials, the impact of cruise control on traffic flow and energy consumption, a semantic web service for estimating construction costs, and GIS assessment of emergency medical response infrastructure.
The workshop brought together specialists in emergency medical response and treatment, medical and public health preparedness, health sciences research, and nuclear medicine to review and summarize overall emergency response activities and health care capacity, identify gaps, review and summarize available treatments for radiation illnesses, and appraise the expected benefit of medical countermeasures.
Categories: January 25, 2010, Disaster planning, Disaster recovery, Emergency management, Emergency medical response plans, Emergency medical services, Emergency preparedness, Emergency preparedness programs, Emergency response, Emergency response plans, Emergency response procedures, Health care facilities, Health care personnel, Health care planning, Health care programs, Health resources utilization, Hospital Preparedness Program, Hospitals, Policy evaluation, Program evaluation, Program management, Standards, Strategic planning, Terrorism