• September 15th, 2018

A live streaming of the EMS Agenda 2050 National Implementation Forum will broadcast from Washington, DC, on Thursday, September 20th. Those who cannot attend the event in-person are encourage to register for the webcast to virtually participate in the forum.

Register Here

Registrants will receive an email prior to the event with a link to the live stream.

If you are interested in attending the event in Washington, DC, a few seats are still available on a first-come, first-serve basis. RSVP online here before September 16th to reserve your spot. 

During the EMS Agenda 2050 National Implementation Forum, members of the EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel will discuss the people-centered EMS system envisioned in the EMS Agenda 2050 and the vision’s guiding principles. The forum will also include presentations and panel discussions about the implementation of the vision. Invited speakers include:

  • Bill Atkinson, PhD, an experienced healthcare executive who began his career as a paramedic and most recently served as president and CEO of WakeMed in North Carolina.
  • Art Kellermann, MD, dean of the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine and former chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Emory University.
  • Ted Delbridge, MD, primary investigator of the original EMS Agenda for the Future.
  • Jess Pines, MD, emergency physician, National Director of Clinical Innovation for US Acute Care Solutions and former director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research at George Washington University.
  • Joe Penner, executive director of MEDIC, the primary paramedic service for the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
  • Jeff Michael, EdD, NHTSA associate administrator for research and program development.

Whether you’re joining us via webcast or in-person in our nation’s capital, we look forward to discussing how to implement the vision for the future of our EMS systems.