Nathan Williams

Nathan Williams
Nathan is the Director of Marketing for Best Practice Medicine. He brings to the company 15+ years of experience in marketing, business development and strategy, and customer service.
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Best Practice Medicine Launches New Tactical Medicine Division With New Course: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - Rural Edition!

Posted by Nathan Williams on October 11, 2019

Bozeman, MT, October 11, 2019 - This just in: Best Practice Medicine, a professional medical education company founded in Montana, with locations in Flathead County and Bozeman, has launched a new division: Tactical Medicine (TAC-MED) Division. With that, a brand new course has been created, especially for the rural context: TECC-RE: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - Rural Edition. For those who want to train and prepare for high-threat prehospital environments (urban or rural) or battlefield casualty scenarios, the new TAC-MED division seeks to thoroughly train and prepare all those interested in this field. Best Practice Medicine is proud to also be offering both Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) courses. (Click here for more information). 

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Topics: Emergency Medical Training, Events, EMS Training, News

To Err Is Human: The Film That's So Important We're Screening It For Free This September 21st

Posted by Nathan Williams on September 11, 2019

Have you ever watched a film so impactful that you wanted all your friends, family, and colleagues to see it? Recently we encountered just such a film: To Err is Human - A Patient Safety Documentary. It's such a big deal, in fact, that we're screening the film for free (with a special Q&A panel with Montana medical experts right after) and inviting all who can make it to attend.

"For anyone working in the medical field as a provider, administrator, educator, or healer--or even if you’ve been a witness to or affected by medical mistakes--this is an event you'll want to attend."

Do you know what the third leading cause of death is in the US? It's not diabetes, stroke, or even Alzheimer's. It's medical errors. Read that again. Medical errors. Medical mistakes lead to as many as 440,000 preventable deaths every year. That's the equivalent of 7-8 jumbo jets crashing every day with no survivors. With good reason, many medical experts are declaring this a public health emergency.

Join us Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7PM at the Ellen Theatre in downtown Bozeman.

This is an event you don't want to miss out on. (Watch the trailer below). RSVP Here!

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Topics: Events, News

Simulation In Motion Montana Turns 2 Years Old!

Posted by Nathan Williams on July 15, 2019

By the time a child turns two years old, the experts say they should be able to do all kinds of fun things like stand on tiptoes, throw a ball, and begin to show more independence. Our own "baby", the Simulation in Motion Montana (SIM-MT) program, turns 2 years old this month and we are thrilled to report that we have three healthy, thriving little mobile sim labs on our hands. They're throwing balls, standing on tiptoes, and traveling all over Montana changing lives like they were born for it. It seems like just yesterday when the little labs were a twinkle in the eye of all those who brought her into the world. Now, in just a short time, we've hit some incredible milestones, working with thousands of rural healthcare clinicians across Montana, reducing error, improving outcomes and saving lives.

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Topics: Simulation, News

Best Practice Medicine Opens New Campus In Flathead County, MT

Posted by Nathan Williams on July 01, 2019

Bozeman, MT, July 1, 2019 - This just in: Best Practice Medicine, a professional medical education company founded in Montana, has officially opened a new campus location in Flathead County, MT. With a main campus based in Bozeman, supporting a passionate team of over 50 educators, from Culbertson to Kalispell, this second campus will serve medical providers from Western MT, Northern ID, Eastern WA, and Canada. Strategically located at 600 Windmill Drive in Columbia Falls, the mountains of Glacier National Park within view, the campus will continue the mission of Best Practice Medicine, to bring high-quality medical education to all of Montana--and beyond.

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Topics: Emergency Medical Training, EMT Training, EMS Training, News

BREAKING NEWS: SIM-MT Achieves Accreditation From Society for Simulation in Healthcare

Posted by Nathan Williams on May 29, 2019

Bozeman, MT, May 29, 2019 - This just in: Best Practice Medicine, a professional medical education company, and Simulation in Motion Montana, Inc. (a partnership known as SIM-MT) are pleased to announce a new achievement in healthcare simulation accreditation. After an extensive review, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and the Council for Accreditation of Healthcare Simulation Programs granted SIM-MT provisional accreditation, making them an official Accredited Simulation Program. The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) is the internationally recognized accrediting body of simulation in healthcare. This esteemed recognition makes SIM-MT the first and only SSH Accredited mobile simulation program in the world!

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Topics: Simulation, Emergency Medical Training, News

The Best EMT Training Course In Montana

Posted by Nathan Williams on April 17, 2019

Are you interested in nursing, paramedicine, or medical school? Perhaps you want to become a ski patroller or a mountain, hunting, or whitewater guide? Learning to care for the sick and injured is an essential skill in these and other exciting careers--and a great way to launch a career in medicine or outdoor recreation. This Montana EMT course will help you stand out for future employers as a emergency medicine expert!

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Topics: Emergency Medical Training, Events, EMT Training, EMS Training

Training for High Consequence Encounters: Active Shooter Scenario

Posted by Nathan Williams on March 27, 2019

Last month (Feburary 8) we ran an EMS refresher course for a fantastic group of EMTs and Paramedics here at our training campus in Bozeman. As a part of that training refresher, we created a full-on dynamic, emergency medical, rescue task force simulation based around a post active-shooter scenario. It included realistic props, obscure environments, and volunteer actors/trained medical professionals wearing full moulage makeup. This kind of hyper-realistic, immersive, simulation based education helps teams prepare mentally and physically for high consequence encounters.

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Topics: Simulation, Emergency Medical Training, EMT Training, EMS Training

Why You Should Go to The Simulation in Rural Healthcare (SIRH) Conference - 2019

Posted by Nathan Williams on March 19, 2019

Next month, April 16-18, is the SIRH Conference, held this year in Omaha, Nebraska. This is the "Conference For American’s Rural Health Simulation And Education Specialists." If you haven't heard of it, it's a must-go event for any person or organization interested in or connected to rural healthcare in America, purpose-built for rural and remote educators. Made possible by the Helmsly Charitiable Trust, this is a gathering of national thought leaders and pioneers looking to network, learn, and move forward this growing and exciting field of clinical education. This is just the beginning for this dynamic, game-changing specialty and we need every thought-leader and change-maker on board.

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Topics: Simulation, Events

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