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Using Grants to Finance Mobile Medical and Command Units

Posted by MSV Content Team on Jan 11, 2019 4:16:35 PM

 

The financing of mobile command and medical units is far different than the financing of a standard vehicle. Because of that, there is often a grant involved. In order to receive the grant, it has to be applied for and approved.

Without proper grant writing abilities, the grant could be denied and the company that needs the equipment would not be able to get it. For any company that plans to use a grant to secure a mobile medical or command vehicle, even if the grant is only for part of the cost, getting it right can make all the difference in having the chance at the vehicle they really want.

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Tags: Mobile Command Centers, Educational Institutions, Universities, Technology

Organizations using Mobile Medical Units to Expand and Promote Healthcare

Posted by MSV Content Team on Dec 12, 2018 4:41:08 PM

From mobile medical apps to tablet devices, the healthcare professionals are taking medical services directly to the general public. These mobile technologies help speed up wait times and provide more comprehensive care. In an effort to reach more people in underserved areas of the country, the use of mobile medical units is on the rise.

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Tags: Mobile Command Centers, Educational Institutions, Universities, Technology

How Universities Use Mobile Outreach

Posted by MSV Content Team on Nov 21, 2018 10:34:33 AM

 

Mobile outreach can offer significant benefits to university medical programs and the communities around them. Students get more experience working with a range of patients, and people in the nearby communities can get access to affordable healthcare that might otherwise be out of reach. Here are a few of the things that mobile outreach programs can offer to institutions and their local communities:

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Tags: Insider, Educational Institutions, Universities

How the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is Improving Healthcare

Posted by MSV Content Team on Nov 14, 2018 5:45:28 PM

 

Healthcare is changing in the wake of new technologies and ever-increasing demand. Every front is being revitalized and improved, from the patients to emergency response teams to neighborhood clinics, physician offices and hospitals. It’s the age of the internet of medical things (IoMT), and it signals a sweeping change in the way healthcare is being provided. Here’s a look at some of the ways IoMT is improving healthcare on every level.

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Tags: Insider, Educational Institutions, Universities, IoMT, Medical Technology

Spotlight: Bon Secours Care-A-Van

Posted by MSV Content Team on Oct 2, 2018 8:07:15 AM

Our team recently made the trip from Texas to Virginia to deliver a mobile health vehicle that will be able to serve adults and children of the Greater Richmond community. 

Often, an uninsured individual may wait to access care until their health gets to an emergency level. Care-A-Van services are designed to provide medical care in a timely manner to those who need it.  Bon Secours Care-A-Van has been operating in Richmond since 1994.  The program currently serves 21 different locations.

To see more about the Care-A-Van, you can visit the Bon Secours website

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Insider

Spotlight: Stony Brook Cancer Center

Posted by MSV Content Team on Sep 21, 2018 8:05:00 AM

Our team recently made the trip from Texas to New York to deliver a mammography vehicle that will be able to serve women in underserved areas, as well as providing convenience to all women on Long Island - at corporate locations, community centers and other establishments. 

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Insider

Spotlight: The Luke Project 52 Clinic

Posted by MSV Content Team on Sep 10, 2018 5:53:00 PM

The Luke Project 52 Clinic was founded to promote the health and well-being of the local population in Detroit by providing accesible, high quality medical care for expectant mothers and infant under 12-months of age and to also provide a mobile asset to local congregations to help them reconnect with and begin to serve the communities they are in.

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Insider

How Drones Have Revolutionized the Search-and-Rescue Process

Posted by MSV Content Team on Sep 6, 2018 1:42:26 PM

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are most commonly associated with hobbyists who use these lightweight, internet-enabled flying cameras to capture footage of anything and everything. It’s hard to go to an outdoor concert these days without noticing a few drones hovering over the crowd for panoramic photos and bootleg audio.

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Technology, Mobile Command Centers

Thrive Alabama Thrives Further Amid the Community with New HIV Mobile Testing Unit

Posted by MSV Content Team on Aug 17, 2018 12:02:46 PM

Photo from Thrive Alabama Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Many strides have been made to assist HIV-positive individuals in living longer and healthier lives. However, such progress has only been made possible through effective global efforts toward effective treatments, awareness, prevention and availability to HIV testing. For more than 30 years, residents of northern Alabama both with and without HIV have had the ability to thrive thanks to the efforts of a multifaceted group known today as Thrive Alabama. This innovative and proactive community organization primarily relies on volunteers, private donations and government grants to provide an array of valuable services and has since its inception as the AIDS Action Coalition in 1988.

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Technology, Interview

Off-Site Emergency Room Vehicles – Community Care Concept, Mobile Medical

Posted by MSV Content Team on Aug 9, 2018 10:49:35 AM

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Emergency rooms handle a wide range of medical problems, from minor injuries to major illnesses. Although some individuals in the ER end up being hospitalized, others are treated and released. The use of mobile medical vehicles that are equipped to handle non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries has shown promise in reducing the number of emergency room visits while ensuring that individuals get the medical help they need.  

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Tags: Mobile Medical Vehicles, Technology, Mobile Command Centers