Flirtey has formed a partnership with REMSA Health, a provider of ambulance and emergency health services in the state of Nevada. Flirtey and REMSA plan to dispatch a drone to deliver a portable defibrillator whenever a 911 caller in the area reports symptoms of cardiac arrest.
J.W. Hodge, REMSA’s chief of operations for health care, said they hope to reach patients in less time than it would take an ambulance to cut through traffic. Continue reading “Flirtey will deliver defibrillators to 911 callers to help treat cardiac arrest (VIDEO)”