A group of New York City nurses has been working on a groundbreaking experiment that aims to help families recover from sudden cardiac death.
ABC News is airing the program tonight, but it is part of ABC’s groundbreaking new series, The Next Generation.
This new show will tell the story of families who have been swept up in the sudden death crisis that struck the United States in 2015.
ABC’s executive producer is Dr. David Bailenson, who spent decades working with survivors of sudden cardiac deaths.
He is a member of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the New York State Police, the National Institute of Health, and the National Institutes of Health.
He also was the first medical director of the New England Aquarium.
It’s not just a case of the family getting help from a network of hospitals.
It also involves nurses working at the Cooper hospital, which serves about 600,000 patients a year.
For years, Cooper has been the only hospital in New York where families can receive a rapid cardiac assessment, or RCA, in a heartbeat.
They can then get to a private room for the next hour to be treated.
For families, it means being able to see their loved ones for a while and get to know them a little bit better.
But the RCA doesn’t always work as well as the loved one could have.
In New York, the average recovery time from a sudden death is eight hours, according to a report by the American Heart Association.
For many families, that means that there is no immediate way to get to the hospital for their loved one’s heart attack or death.
Some families have to wait days for a cardiologist to arrive.
And while hospitals in New Jersey have opened emergency rooms, those hospitals don’t have the resources or capacity to handle a steady stream of calls from patients needing urgent care.
So in 2015, a group of nurses and clinicians at Cooper began the Next Generation Project.
They created a “living room” at the hospital that allows patients to see and talk with nurses and doctors who specialize in cardiac care.
This is where families come in.
They get to meet the nurses and see the doctors in person, so they can learn from them.
In the next two years, the nurses at Cooper and other hospitals will help deliver more than 100,000 RCA assessments to patients.
The hospital is planning to have more than 1,000 nurses on site in each of its nine operating rooms.
It has already started sending out letters to families.
But many of these patients are already in the room, and some of them will need to stay.
And there’s the question of safety.
Some of the nurses are in suits.
Some have helmets.
And the family members are the ones in charge of the room.
But when the family member who is in charge is a man, there is a risk of serious injury.
Some nurses are afraid of what they see.
One of the hospital’s RCA teams is being trained to use a hand-held camera, so that they can identify a patient in the crowd and ask a nurse to come to the room to help.
Dr. Bailensen says this is the future of medicine.
“I think what we are seeing is that we are getting to the point where we can actually do something meaningful to people in need, in an environment where we know they are going to get care,” he said.
But for many of the patients, the RDAH is the last resort.
Dr, Jeffrey L. Cohen is the chair of the Cooper cardiac program and a cardiac surgeon at the University of California, San Francisco.
He was part of the team that designed the living room, which is now part of Cooper’s emergency room.
Cooper is the first hospital in the country to use the new cameras and hand-based technology, so Cohen says there’s a lot of promise.
“This is a step in the right direction,” he says.
But some families say they are not seeing a return on their investment.
“The RCA is not the solution,” says Dr. Jeffrey L, Cohen, who also runs a cardiac program at New York University.
“We need to make sure we are making it safe and secure.”
Dr. Cohen says the current system is not good enough.
“It’s like a bank that has a credit card that has trouble getting out of a jam,” he explained.
“You don’t know what’s going on inside.
If the card has a problem, you have to go to the bank to get it repaired.
It gets a little frustrating.”
Cooper is not alone in its struggle to make the most of the technology.
Hospitals around the country have been struggling to make room for more and more doctors, nurses, and other health care workers.
Cooper has a few of the nation’s top cardiac doctors on staff, and even some of the top emergency physicians.
But most of these hospitals have been unable to meet even the most basic of patient safety requirements,