Pittsburgh, PA – Every year, the Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) reviews new products in the EMS worlds, and this year they announced Cloud PCR to be the winner of their coveted Hot Product 2015 award. CloudPCR is a young and relatively unknown PCR company founded and privately funded by Google and NASA quality programmers with the intention of providing first responders with the technology they need to quickly input and submit PCR Trip Sheets on any device while backing up all data to the cloud. No data is ever lost, even when a device goes offline during a submission.
The new CloudPCR software not only works on all Apple and Android devices including iPads, smart phones, tables, toughbooks and desktop computers, but it’s also seamlessly integrated with several Google features including Talk-to-Type, GPS Navigation and Auto-Complete search results to avoid misspellings of complex medical terms.
Compared to current PCR software packages such as EMS Charts and ESO Solutions, CloudPCR is estimated to take about 50% less time to complete an average pre-hospital trip sheet while costing the service provider only 79 cents per trip, a significant savings.
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cloud PCR was founded in 2014 and launched their first EPCR Trip Sheet software for EMTs and EMS professionals in early 2015. The company’s mission is to make fast and intuitive PCR applications that can run on any device for a fraction of the cost of current Patient Care Reporting systems.