In the Interest of Safety Month, Jay Bansal Discusses iMed Transport

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 Staying safe throughout the hot summer months is sometimes a challenging feat for many individuals. If we become dehydrated, we increase our risk of raising blood pressure and having heart palpitations. Along with the dangers of dehydration,


Our bodies self-regulate heat by sweating; however, when we sweat, we also perspire potassium and sodium.


Both of these minerals help control nerve function, water balance, and heart rhythm. If you suffer from any heart conditions, the loss of these minerals can be detrimental to your cardiac condition.  


The warning signs of heat stroke or other heat-related disorders

  •   Muscle cramping
  •   Heart palpitations
  •   Dizziness
  •   Fainting
  •   Headache
  •   Nausea
  •   Fatigue


In dangerous situations like these, calling an ambulance is critical!


Jay Bansal is the CFO with iMed Transport, which helps simplify ambulance and hospital logistics and planning for patient care. iMed offers a better way for EMS and Ambulance teams to coordinate with hospital staff.iMed Transport is an automated, cloud-based software system designed to simplify the medical transportation process. It helps link healthcare providers with ambulance providers to optimize operations for healthcare, medical transportation, and patient care.


Any mobile device or desktop can safely and conveniently access iMed Transport. Users now can quickly request transportation services and electronically submit documentation using a simple form via a secure connection.


The software provides notifications and live tracking to all parties involved from checking transportation status, location, and patient information.


Jay Bansal explains, “iMed’s benefits are numerous for healthcare providers, patients and ambulance personnel such as increasing efficiency and outcomes from shortened discharge times and reduced patient wait times.


iMed also simplifies and automates the call-taking process, which reduces errors, eliminates paperwork, treatment delays, improves revenue cycles with the precise patient and insurance information as well as enhances vehicle utilization and reduces dispatcher workload.”


For the past 15 years, former attorney, Jay Ankur Bansal has made an indelible mark on the business world.


From owning gas station convenience stores, real estate, hotel and apartment projects, medical-legal funding, and medical software companies, Jay Bansal is a steadfast, loyal entrepreneur. 


Jay Bansal grew up in the Phoenix area and is proud to give back to his state and local communities.


Jay has been married to Rajani Bansal for 25 years, and together they are grateful to be able to take part in entrepreneurial partnerships.