10 Insider Insights for New EMTs in NJ

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 1/15/21 3:40 PM

Ever wonder about a career in EMS? Know someone who might be interested? We thought it might be fun to learn directly from the people doing this heroic work. So we asked ten current EMTs, "What is your advice to someone just starting out in the field?"

Here are ten short bits of wisdom straight from ten real NJ EMTs. Check out what they had to say.

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Tags: Insider, EMS, EMT Employment, Safety, Ambulance Companies, New Jersey, Medical Transportation, Lifting and Moving, On Time Ambulance, EMT, Employee Features

Law Enforcement Now Uses Big Data to Identify Medicare Fraud

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 8/17/18 9:17 AM
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What Happens if You Let Your NJ EMT Cert Expire?

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 8/6/18 9:51 AM

Last month, the Burlington County Times reported that the Delran, NJ Emergency Squad had its licensed suspended by the New Jersey Department of Health.


Their chief would ride a long and treat patients on a regular basis. What's wrong with that you ask? Nothing, except his EMT license had been expired since December of 2010.

To cover their tracks, the squad would then alter trip reports to claim that only credentialed employees had done the runs.



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Tags: Insider, EMS, Fraud

Egg Harbor City Location Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 7/6/18 9:08 AM
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Ambulance Fraud in the News: A Discussion with Susan Delsandro

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 3/1/18 9:34 AM

This week, the DOJ announced that North East Mobile Health Services of Scarborough, Maine, and Maine Medical Center, of Portland, will pay a total of $1.4M to settle claims that they fraudulently billed Medicare for medically-unnecessary ambulance transportation.

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Tags: Insider, Medicare Prior Authorization, Fraud

Can Scooters & Electric Wheelchairs be Transported by Ambulance & Medical Car?

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 3/1/17 1:01 PM


Whenever we book a wheelchair transport trip involving an electronic wheelchair, we first determine the specific make and model of the chair.

Our lifts can accommodate chairs up to 32 inches total in width (including the outside of the tires). This is a standard size and does not vary. Sometimes electric wheelchairs are too wide to fit on a standard sized lift.

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Tags: Insider, Wheelchair Transportation

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