The threat of a surprise medical bill could soon be a thing of the past. Congress passed the No Surprises Act (NSA) last December as part of a $2.3 trillion spending package designed to address the COVID-19 pandemic. In its simplest form, the NSA protects “patients from receiving surprise medical bills resulting from gaps in coverage
Glenn Martin interviews Phil Goode, who is running for Prescott Mayor. They discuss a number of the issues such as water and growth, and traffic congestion.
Prescott Fire Department, Central Arizona Fire and Medical, and Life Line Ambulance Joint Press Release
Prescott area emergency medical service providers including the Prescott Fire Department, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority, and Lifeline Ambulance have noted an increase in the number of responses to people found in their place of residence suffering from cardiac arrests and other serious life threatening health conditions. We have also observed an increase in
Our emergency medical services professionals have been devastated by the pandemic. By August 3, 35 emergency medical technicians and paramedics had died from the coronavirus nationwide, and the rate of COVID-19-fatalities for medics was about four times higher than the rate for firefighters. Thousands of medics have been afflicted, many will never be able to