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2018 S2E8 Leading the Next Generation
For this podcast, I talked with Chris Anderson, Director of Operations for Bell Ambulance and PAAW Vice President, and Tom Tornstrom, Executive Director of Tri-State Ambulance and PAAW Board Member, about their thoughts on leading millennials. They share their perspective on the difficulties and differences they’ve experienced as their workforce demographic gets younger, and the advantages and insights this new generation has to offer as their services continue to grow. Just as a point of reference, the PEW Research Center offers the following generational identification: Millennials are those born between 1981 and 1996 and post millennials are those born after 1997. That means the top age of millennials in 2018 is 37 years old, and 22 at the low end.
|Jul 24, 2018|
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Ricardo Collela and Linda Matrisch from Milwaukee County Office of Emergency Managment about quality improvement systems in EMS. They share what they're doing, how they're doing it, and why building a culture of quality matters.
|Jun 26, 2018|
S2E6 Cost Data Collection System
Cost data collection system – we sit down with Tristan North, SVP of Government Affairs with the American Ambulance Association to learn about what it is, why it’s happening, what you need to prepare for and how it is different than cost reporting. If you’re an EMS service director or billing manger, you’ll want to listen to this episode.
|May 29, 2018|
In this episode, we talk about attracting, engaging and retaining millennials with Tyler Christifulli, who presented at this year's Midwest EMS Expo. We cover positive attitudes, education and career opportunities and how maybe the millennial problem isn't about millennials, exactly.
|May 22, 2018|
In this episode, we speak with Mathew Streger, Keavney & Streger (https://www.njemslaw.com/) about managing former peers. Moving from partner to Supervisor or Manager can be a bit like moving from partner to pariah, Matt shares his 10 commandments of managing former peers with us so we can avoid some common pitfalls of the transition.
|Apr 24, 2018|
S2E3 EMS License Renewals with Helen Pullen
Only 14,926 individual EMS licenses to renew in about 115 days (episode recorded on March 6th, 2018). The State of Wisconsin EMS office is dealing with many things, and EMS license renewals for both services and individuals is only one of them. In this episode, Helen Pullen of Wisconsin EMS joins us to discuss deadlines, common questions and must-knows of your license renewal process for 2018–2020. Get all of your EMS license renewal information here!
|Mar 20, 2018|
S2E2 Employee Incentive Programs
This episode features guest Scott Moore, Esq. an HR and Operations consultant for The American Ambulance Association and owner of EMS Resource Advisors, LLC. We are talking about employee incentive programs, what they are (and are not), and what you should consider before implementation. Scott also shares his views on what the single most effective employee incentive program is.
|Feb 20, 2018|
S2E1 - 2018 Medical Director Update & WISHIN
2018 is here! In the first half of this episode, we talk with Dr. Suzanne Martens, EMS Medical Director for the state of Wisconsin as she shares the work the Physician Advisory Committee has been doing and their plan for 2018. The second half of this episode features Joe Kachelski, CEO of the Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN), about how EMS services can now access the network for billing information.
|Feb 09, 2018|