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Explore new approaches to analyze your department's data, discover ways to engage your community in addressing the latest pandemic challenges, and learn ways to grow as a leader in the fire and emergency service.

Check out our confirmed sessions and speakers below with more to be added in the coming weeks!


Servant Leadership: A 21st Century Prerequisite for Success

With various generations in the workplace today, promoting and fostering an inclusive environment is the expectation and not the exception. The style of autocratic leadership died years ago and the only people who still practice it in the workplace are not aware of that. For persons in positions on authority, practicing servant leadership is the key to organizational success.


Reginald Freeman, MS, CFO, FIFireE
Fire Chief, City of Oakland (CA) Fire Department


COVID Crystal Ball: What Lies Ahead for EMS?

This session will explore the long term effects of the pandemic on EMS systems, how these might influence changes in practice and what else might be on the horizon.

Alexander Isakov, MD, MPH, FAEMS
Director, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine

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EMS Financial Management Tips for a Changing Healthcare Landscape

Public Consulting Group’s Health practice offers in-depth programmatic knowledge and regulatory expertise to help state and municipal health agencies, as well as, public and private providers respond to regulatory change, improve access to health care, maximize program revenue, improve business processes, and achieve regulatory compliance. This dynamic session will highlight federal funding opportunities including Ambulance Supplemental Payment Programs; Medicare Ground Ambulance Data Collection; Treatment in Place; and Cares Act, Rescue Act, and FEMA Funding. Key Learning Objectives: 1. What is a supplemental payment program and what states are currently participating 2. CMS updates on Medicare Ground Ambulance Data Collection 3. Best practices for utilization of federal funding 4. Programmatic overview of ET3 and Treatment in Place (TIP).

Megan Morris, MPA
Associate Manager, Public Consulting Group


2021: The Top Risk Management Challenges for EMS Organizations

Listen in as a panel of EMS industry leaders discusses some of the top risk management challenges for EMS organizations in 2021. The panelists will look at the risk management challenges presented by telemedicine and treatment in place, the ongoing importance of complete and accurate patient care reports, documenting online/offline training and selecting EMTs and paramedics from a shrinking pool of applicants.

Moderator: Greg Friese, MS, NRP, Editorial Director, Lexipol
Panelists: Thomas Moore, Director of Emergency Medical Services, University Medical Center
Trisha Wolford, Fire Chief, Anne Arundel County (Maryland) Fire Department
Ian Womack, Division Chief, St. Petersburg (Florida) Fire Rescue


Motivating The Modern Generation: Making the Most of the New Work-Force

They may seem to have little respect for authority, a poor work ethic, and no interest in “paying their dues”; but things aren’t always as they appear with the next generation. While they may not respond to some traditional motivators, these kids today are smart, energetic, and driven when you lead them with the right techniques. This program presents emergency service leaders with the tools to leverage the strengths of the modern employee for the good of the organization and to integrate into the existing workforce of Generation Z, Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers.

Rommie Duckworth, BS, LP
Captain, Ridgefield (CT) Fire Department