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EMERGILITY™ is a professional Medical-Security consultancy, Private Security Service Business (DCJS ID: 11-18032), and private Emergency Medical Services Agency (Agency Code: 50537) collectively integrated to practice Protective Medicine™ (EM/EMS NPI: 1932874096) while delivering Mobile Integrated Healthcare - Community Paramedicine (MIH-CP).
6VAC20-172-10. Definitions., a "Private security services business" means any person engaged in the business of providing, or who undertakes to provide... security officers, personal protection specialists, private investigators... and their assistants to another person under contract, express or implied.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ is licensed by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) as a Private Security Service Business (License # 11-18032).
12VAC5-66-10. Definitions., an "Emergency medical services agency" or "EMS agency" means any agency, licensed to engage in the business, service, or regular activity, whether or not for profit, of transporting or rendering immediate medical care to such persons who are sick, injured, wounded or otherwise incapacitated or helpless.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ is licensed by the Virginia Department of Public Health (VDH), Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) as an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency (VA OEMS # 50537).
PSS-EMS is the integrated professional practice of Protective Security Services (PSS) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). EMERGILITY™ created PSS-EMS to professionalize the use of EMS in PSS environments, and to facilitate the delivery of pre-hospital and hospital based medical-support and medical-security to clients and patients through the practice of Protective Medicine™.
Protective Medicine™ is a medical specialty dedicated to a patient’s private health security and protected interest.
Protective Medicine™ integrates leading practices found in concierge, preventive, emergency, and tactical medicine with professional security and emergency medical services to enhance protection and facilitate alternative access to medicine.
Protective Medicine™ includes protective medical care, consultations, medical advocacy, discreet medical force protection, healthcare navigation, and medical-security investigations.
EMERGILITY™ is the first dually licensed Private Security Service Business and Emergency Medical Services Agency packaged together as a Security, Protection & Emergency Medical Services Agency to formally practice Protective Medicine™.
Concierge Medicine is a health delivery model where clients and patients pay an annual fee or retainer to have enhanced access to their medical provider and their provider’s practice.
"Preventive medicine is the practice of promoting preventive health care to improve patient well-being. The goal is to ultimately prevent disease, disability, and death...
Public health and general preventive medicine focus on promoting health and preventing disease in individuals and communities.
Practitioners in this specialty combine skills and experience in clinical care and public health to support the transformation of health systems and rebuild them, based on the prevention of disease, injury, and death...
Occupational medicine focuses on the physical and mental health of workers by seeking to improve the physical, structural, and social conditions of the workplace."
"Emergency medicine is the medical specialty dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of unforeseen illness or injury. It encompasses a unique body of knowledge as set forth in the “Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine.” The practice of emergency medicine includes the initial evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care among multiple clinicians or community resources, and disposition of any patient requiring expeditious medical, surgical, or psychiatric care.
Emergency medicine is not defined by location but may be practiced in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, hospital-based and freestanding emergency departments (EDs), urgent care clinics, observation medicine units, emergency medical response vehicles, at disaster sites, or via telehealth.
Emergency medicine encompasses planning, oversight, and medical direction for community emergency medical response, medical control, and disaster preparedness. Emergency medicine professionals provide valuable clinical, administrative, and leadership services to the emergency department and other sectors of the health care delivery system."
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In concierge emergency medicine, clients and patients pay an annual fee or retainer to have enhanced access to private emergency medical care and services.
"Tactical Medicine, or Tactical Emergency Medicine, is the medical specialty that involves the services and emergency medical support necessary to preserve the safety, physical and mental health, and overall well-being of military and law enforcement (SWAT) special operations (tactical) personnel and others at the scene of critical incident deployments and training.
Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) units are the working medical teams that deploy in training and real-world crisis situations, and a subdivision of the Tactical Medicine subspecialty.
Tactical Medical Providers (TMPs) render medical care during training and at high-threat deployments where normal EMS and Fire personnel cannot safely respond. TMPs serve on a variety of teams including: special weapons and tactics (SWAT), federal law enforcement teams, military special operations units, government agency teams, and others.
Tactical medical providers are professionals who ideally are trained to function effectively and safely deliver rapid high-quality emergency medical care in austere conditions, and also be competent in preventive medicine, team tactics and weapons safety and marksmanship, security, waterborne operations, environmental medicine, wilderness deployment, USAR (urban search and rescue), HazMat, extraction, CasEvac techniques, defensive tactics, and many other skills.
The primary goal is to save officer/soldier lives. The secondary goal is to provide medical care for others at the scene and expedite extraction and transportation to augment the EMS system."
"Emergency Medical Services, more commonly known as EMS, is a system that responds to emergencies in need of highly skilled pre-hospital clinicians.
But EMS clinicians aren’t just the first healthcare practitioner on the scene; they’re often the first to identify a healthcare crisis in a community and act as a critical component of emergency management and, increasingly, a practitioner of community healthcare.
EMS is most recognizable by its vehicles, helicopters and workforce, which respond to emergency incidents. But far from being simply a ride to the emergency department (ED), this system of coordinated response and emergency medical care involves numerous people and agencies. A comprehensive EMS system is ready every day for every kind of emergency, whether or not that includes going to the hospital...
EMS also plays a role in non-emergent medical care. Community Paramedicine (CP), also known as Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH), is a patient-centered healthcare model in which EMS clinicians provide care outside the emergency response system, frequently through scheduled visits in the patient’s home..."
"Community Paramedicine (CP) is a segment of Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) that is a provider-led, patient-centered delivery care model using appropriately trained Emergency Medical Services (EMS) clinicians in an expanded role to render care, facilitate a more efficient delivery of care, and enhance access to community resources that address the social determinants of health."
"Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) is a coordinated, patient-centered, evidence-based, holistic model of care using collaborative, interdisciplinary teams to serve patient needs at the most appropriate level of care at a safe location of their convenience."
Yes. EMERGILITY™ is authorized to respond to medical emergencies utilizing state-permitted Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs). This provides EMERGILITY™ with a unique rapid response capability to reach clients/patients in need of immediate, urgent, and emergent medical care.
No. EMERGILITY™ does not compete with or replace public EMERGENCY 9-1-1 services. Rather, EMERGILITY™ provides enhanced client and patient access to private security, protection, and emergency medical services (EMS) that complement existing public EMERGENCY 9-1-1 services. EMERGILITY™ EMS is available to clients and patients before and after emergencies, not just during.
EMERGILITY™ is based in Fairfax County, Virginia, USA.
EMERGILITY™ operates in Northern Virginia and is authorized to operate throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Under certain circumstances, EMERGILITY can provide select services across state-lines, such as medical-escorts, as permitted by law.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ maintains an operational medical director, licensed to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Virginia, as required by law. All paramedics and mid-level providers operate under standing orders and/or online medical direction as needed to treat patients.
Yes. The EMERGILITY™ medical director is board certified in Emergency Medicine and board certified in Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Physician extension occurs when a licensed physician authorizes a non-physician to act as a physician extender to provide medical care to patients directly under the physician's medical license. In traditional practices the physician extender is a nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA) operating under a collaborative practice agreement with the physician.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ provides discreet, protective, urgent, and emergency services utilizing physicians, physician extenders (advanced practitioners, nurses, and EMS providers), mixed medical-security professionals, and non-medical security personnel. The level and type of security or medical provider present at the time of service is based on personnel and resource availability.
No. EMERGILITY™ does not accept insurance. EMERGILITY™ maintains a membership and a fee-for-service model creating enhanced access to routine, urgent, and emergent services.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ accepts HSA/FSA funds.
The cost for accessing public EMERGENCY 9-1-1 services can vary from jurisdiction-to-jurisdiction. For the most part, patients should expect to receive an $800.00 to $1,200.00 bill at minimum when calling 9-1-1 for service.
A trip to the Hospital Emergency Department could cost around $3,000.00 per visit, depending on the hospital and level of care provided.
A basic concierge medicine subscription is between $3,000.00 to $5,000.00 with an upwards of $10,000.00 to $50,000.00 per year. Most basic concierge medicine plans exclude house-calls.
Yes. EMERGILITY™ provides services exclusively for clients/patients – individual, private, and public – who have an established membership agreement with EMERGILITY™ for its services.
In certain situations EMERGILITY™ may respond to help the general public: if summoned; as a Good Samaritan; or in-agreement with a response agency or authority.
EMERGILITY™ limits membership access to maintain effective patient-to-provider ratios.
The client or patient who values enhanced access to protective, meaningful, customizable, and agile services not traditionally available), would benefit from EMERGILITY™.
Because nothing is more important than your health and protection.
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