Thursday - July 25 - 10:45 am - 11:45 am
Presenters: Todd Sheridan
When costs are increasing, and reimbursement is shrinking, organizations must find and refine efficiencies to survive. But many public safety entities were designed to be inefficient in order to meet certain public expectations or avoid difficult decisions. In this fast-paced session, Todd Sheridan, a senior associate at Fitch & Associates who served as operations director for Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center EMS in New Jersey, will share six strategies for overcoming obstacles and implementing programs that improve performance with limited resources. From shift schedules to vehicle management, logistics to dispatch protocols, Sheridan will give real-life examples and key fiscal and operational metrics EMS leaders can use in their own systems to do more with less.