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EMS Agenda 2050 has solicited feedback from members of the EMS community to write a new Agenda for the Future that envisions bold and innovative possibilities for EMS advancement over the next three decades.
A Technical Expert Panel (TEP) with members from diverse professional backgrounds is steering the project, leading the drafting of the new Agenda and gathering important input from the community and public.
To ensure regular and direct communication between the Agenda development team and stakeholder groups, a liaison from each national organization is appointed to provide input on the development of the agenda.
There are still numerous opportunities to engage with and provide input on this project, including one more national public meetings, public comment periods on drafts of the document and webinars to learn about the effort’s progress and offer feedback. Find out what’s happening now.
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Where are we now? Where do we want to go? These are the questions that framed the development of the 1996 EMS Agenda for the Future and are also shaping the current effort to build on that vision. Dr. Ricardo Martinez, an emergency physician who served as administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) when the original Agenda for the Future was created, shares the origins of that landmark document and how EMS Agenda 2050 offers a chance to continue to improve EMS systems and better serve patients, communities and EMS professionals. Watch this video to learn more…