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The purpose of the emergency medical transportation services is to save human life, irrespective of political, economical, social or military situation in which the people, seeking help, find themselves in. The direction towards which the populations health is heading, is unsure due to the lack of drinkable water, quality food, access to medical care, pollution, stress, new viruses, economic, social, political and military problems, terrorism, fires, floods, earthquakes and other events and processes with a high risk for human health. The objective of the paper presents the challenges that citizens and the emergency medical transportation service will face, in terms of a turbulent future; and the necessity of applying the principles of adaptive management and the analysis of the possibility of applying those principles in emergency medicine using analytical, theoretical and comparative methods. The result shows that the emergency medical transportation services will cope with the uncertainties and the challenges of a turbulent future.
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