Prescription vs. Medical Direction

Have you ever wondered what the difference between an AED prescription and AED Medical Direction and Oversight is? Learn now so you can be sure you (or your clients) receive all of the protections under AED Good Samaritan laws!

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Four Compelling AED Program Must Haves

Annuvia released a list of “Four Compelling AED Program Must Haves” this afternoon. Check out this list as you’re sure to be impressed with how our technology is leading the way in the Automated External Defibrillator industry in more ways than saving lives due to sudden cardiac arrest.

Included in our list, Arch offers AED program managers new e-commerce methods to re-order accessories, obtain AED medical oversight from leading physicians, and automatically file mandatory 911 and EMS AED placement reports.

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Ever Wonder Why Some of the World’s Largest Companies Don’t Place AED Units INTERNATIONALLY?

On Wednesday, March 9, 2011, Annuvia released “The Top Five Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Unit Challenges for Global Organizations,” a report detailing why some of the world’s largest organizations don’t provide the same life-saving benefits to their foreign (non-US) offices that are found in their domestic (US) offices. Here’s an excerpt:

“SAN FRANSISCO, CA – Global businesses face many challenges above and beyond those faced by domestic (United States) organizations, in providing uniform, consistent health care services on an international level for each of their facilities. Commonly, these challenges can lead to uneven coverage gaps.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is not a domestic phenomenon. “Both foreign and domestic businesses experience medical emergencies. Both have vast experience with Sudden Cardiac Arrest. And both should have all available therapy options available to their employees, guests and the community where they are located – including Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs),” states Micah Bongberg, President of Annuvia, a San Francisco, Ca-based organization that distributes AED units and provides CPR, AED, First Aid Training, and AED Medical Direction/Oversight services….”

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Arch’s New AED Map Display Offers More than Directions!

Internationally mapping AED units with real-time location-specific feedback is changing the way AED program managers track their AED unit readiness programs. Large national AED program managers, ultimately responsible for overseeing their firm’s Automated External Defibrillator (AED) unit’s readiness checks, can now use one, user-friendly screen to visually see the status of all of their equipment, internationally, by using the Arch system from Annuvia.

Arch, Annuvia’s new AED Medical Direction and Oversight program, allows AED owners of all sizes to track their AED units through a user-friendly dashboard. AEDs are color-coded and literally placed on a geo-coded map, with satellite imagery, so that AED owners can quickly check the status of their program.

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