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Pinnacle 2015

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Command presence is well-suited to leading teams in emergency situations, but much of health care requires collaboration among experts
Jay Fitch presents transformation opportunities that will require bold leadership, ethical decisions and accountable actions
Experienced leaders of U.S.-based community paramedic programs answered questions about the current state and future of community paramedicine
Brian LaCroix, Allina Health EMS, and Dr. Ed Racht, AMR, were recognized for their leadership and commitment to advancing EMS
EMS leaders learn suicide risk factors and the imperative to provide a non-punitive culture for seeking help
The disruptive forces of changing reimbursement models, technology and quality initiatives will change how EMS is delivered and funded
Learn the basics of grant writing or hone your skills at Pinnacle EMS session
The best change in EMS comes from agencies that identify problems, test solutions, and diffuse their best practices
On the 10th year of the Pinnacle EMS Leadership Forum Fitch reflects on the era of big data, community paramedicine, and EMS provider health and wellness
Todd Stout was surprised with the Pinnacle Leadership Award after his father accepted a Lifetime Achievement Award
From measuring industry progress, to community paramedicine and the decline of ALS, EMS leaders highlight how the industry must adapt
The Pinnacle EMS conference featured about 40 vendors offering up-and-coming products and services for EMS leaders