Arkansas EMS Expo

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 to Thursday, April 19, 2018

Arkansas Ambulance Association is hosting its annual EMS Expo at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock.  Steve Johnson will be presenting CADS as a pre-con on April 17th and Doug Wolfberg will be presenting topics on facility partnerships, origin and destination modifiers, lessons from HIPAA audits and more on April 18th and 19th.  For additional information and to register, click HERE.

Contact Karen Kreider at or call her at 717-620-2685 to engage one of PWW's attorneys or consultants to speak at your conference or provide on-site training.

Steven M. Johnson

Director of Reimbursement Consulting

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Steven M. Johnson, Director of Reimbursement Consulting

Steven Johnson
Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC
Office 717-620-2689 Fax 717-691-1226
5010 E Trindle Rd., Ste. 202
Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania17050

Steve began his career in the EMS industry in 1985, gaining valuable experience while serving as an EMT and later as Director of a municipal ambulance service in Minnesota. As an ambulance service manager, Steve established his expertise in areas of operations, billing and administration.  

Steve also has significant EMS educational experience. He established and served as Training Coordinator and Lead Instructor for a State Certified EMS Training Institution for EMTs and First Responders.  

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Douglas M. Wolfberg

Attorney at Law

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Douglas M. Wolfberg, Attorney at Law

Douglas Wolfberg
Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC
Office (717) 691-0100 Fax (717) 691-1226
5010 E. Trindle Road, Suite 202
Mechanicsburg PA17050

Doug Wolfberg is a founding partner of Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, and one of the best known EMS attorneys and consultants in the United States. Widely regarded as the nation’s leading EMS law firm, PWW represents private, public and non-profit EMS organizations, as well as billing companies, software manufacturers and others that serve the nation’s ambulance industry. Doug answered his first ambulance call in 1978 and has been involved in EMS ever since. Doug became an EMT at age 16, and worked as an EMS provider in numerous volunteer and paid systems over the decades.

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