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Top News

  • Congratulations to 2012 Award Winners
  • PrioriHealth Partners Awarded NHTSA Contract to Evaluate NEMSIS Performance
  • AAA Call for Posters Deadline Extended
  • AHRQ Releases Guides for Improving Patient Safety Systems for Patients With Limited English Proficiency
  • Report Released on the Impact of the National Drug Shortage on Emergency Care
  • Visit NAEMT's Booth at EMS World Expo
  • MedPAC Meeting on Medicare Payment for Ambulance Services
  • Members: Enjoy a New Benefit with BIG Savings
  • Know Your NEMSIS Webinars Available for Online Viewing
  • GAO Releases New Report on Costs of Providing Ambulance Services


EMS Finance—What Does EMS Really Cost?

Attend this Free Webinar on Monday, Sep. 23, at 1 pm Central Time. It's Part 2 in the series EMS Finance: Follow the Money. Attendees will receive 1 hour of CAPCE-approved credit. Register

Attend “EMS FINANCE - WHAT DOES EMS REALLY COST?” which will discuss: 
  • EMS agency costs drivers, including staffing, benefits, service level, readiness, utilization, equipment, uncompensated care and other expenses that agencies must cover as part of daily operations;
  • How geography, population density, and other factors impact EMS agency expenses; 
  • What types of calls are the most expensive, and why; and
  • How the cost of service impacts EMTs and paramedics.
Your hosts for this webinar: Jon Washko, Assistant Vice President, Center for EMS, Northwell Health (New York); Rick Lewis, Battalion Chief, South Metro Fire (Colorado); and Matt Zavadsky, CSIO of MedStar Mobile Healthcare (Texas). Hosted by NAEMT and AIMHI. Sponsored by ZOLL.


World Trauma Symposium

Jackson Lessig, a Fort Lewis College student, fell 80-feet onto a riverbank while climbing without a rope near Durango, Colorado. Hear Captain Andy Miller of Upper Pine River Fire Protection District, Jackson, and his father, Rob Lessig, recount the details of the accident, the efforts of search and rescue teams to haul Jackson who was critically injured up a 50-degree embankment, and Jackson's miraculous recovery. Learn more | Register



CMS Ground Ambulance Data Collection System Proposed Rule

CMS Ambulance Open Door Forum Presentation


Rescue D

Developed by the University of Massachusetts Medical School, this 4-hour online simulation-based course offers a virtual post-disaster world where you can practice your response skills for people with disabilities to ensure you are prepared to treat all populations when disaster strikes. Includes 20 unique training and rescue mission modules that challenge first responders to observe, assess, respond and verify success based on the character’s functional and/or access needs. Participants receive 4 hours of CAPCE credit.
Access Your Benefit to receive the 25% discount.


EMS World Expo

NAEMT Members can save BIG on EMS World Expo in New Orleans! NAEMT members who register early for EMS World Expo (Oct. 14-18) can save up to $265 on the 3-day core program when combining the $125 NAEMT member discount with early registration pricing! Make the most of your time by attending NAEMT CE credit-approved preconference workshops: 

  • Oct 14: Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) 3rd Edition Instructor Update. Learn more
  • Oct. 14-15: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC). Learn more
  • Oct. 14-15: Critical Care Test Prep. Learn more
  • Oct 15: Geriatric Education for EMS (GEMS). Learn more