Crozer-Keystone Health System adopted a new service, called Twiage, in January 2019, that provides increased communications by emergency medical services (EMS) workers and emergency departments during patient transport. The morning the health system put Twiage into service, I grabbed my trusty Canon camera and shotgun microphone to shoot two short videos in one of the emergency departments. I edited the videos and uploaded them to YouTube and Facebook before lunch.
Here are two videos I shot to help spread the word that the health system was implementing a new communications system that would allow emergency medical services works to provide patient information to doctors and nurses waiting in the emergency department.
Combined, the two videos received nearly 10,000 views on Facebook.