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American Heart Association - Emergency Cardiovascular Care/RQI Programs  

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The American Heart Association's CPR & ECC inspires the world to save lives and envisions a world where no one dies from cardiac arrest. The AHA is the leader in resuscitation science, education, and training, and publisher of the official Guidelines for CPR and ECC. Millions of healthcare providers and others trust the AHA for their lifesaving training, and 100% of the AHA's profits go back into supporting its life saving mission. 

RQI Partners LLC is a partnership between the American Heart Association and Laerdal Medical, positioning the organizations to deliver innovative solutions that accelerate the impact of their lifesaving mission. The company blends the Association’s leadership in science with Laerdal’s expertise in technology and implementation to deliver impactful and innovative resuscitation quality improvement programs. For more information, visit www.rqipartners.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.


 Press Releases

  • Effective teamwork is a critical factor in the success of quality resuscitation efforts for sudden cardiac arrest—the number one cause of death in the United States. Healthcare providers must be competent in delivering high-quality CPR, and patient care teams must be coordinated and competent while working together as a seamless unit.

    This special supplement produced in partnership between EMS World, iSimulate and the American Heart Association details steps and strategies your service can implement today. Read more...

  • New American Heart Association advisory provides guidance and resources to construct and maintain a science-based Telecommunicator CPR program

    Telecommunicators, including dispatchers and emergency call takers, are the true first responders and a critical link in the cardiac arrest chain of survival. Working with the 9-1-1 caller, telecommunicators have the first opportunity to identify a victim in cardiac arrest and provide initial care by delivering CPR instructions while quickly dispatching emergency medical services. Read more...

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