Steve Wirth will be presenting the following topics at EMS Today, 2019:
- Tackling the Tough HIPAA and Patient Privacy Issues - 2/20 @ 2:00 pm
- Navigating the Legal, Regulatory and Systems Development Landscape - 2/21 @ 8:30 am
- Dealing with Unlawful Harassent in the workplace (co-presenting with W. Ann Maggiore) - 2/21 @10:00 am
- The Mentally Ill Patient Challenge - EMS Role in Treatment and Transport (co-presenting with Pat Songer) - 2/22 @ 1:15 PM
EMS Today offers: networking with 4,600+ EMS professionals from around the world, countless hands-on experiences (both on-site and off-site), 240+ CEH opportunities and the most innovative products and services available to the industry displayed by over 250 exhibiting companies. EMS Today is produced by JEMS, the leader in EMS education for over 35 years. EMS Today is a unique - and stimulating - experience for EMS personnel worldwide, and it is supported and fed by the credibility, quality and excellence of JEMS. Visit https://www.emstoday.com/event-information.html for more information and to register.
Contact Karen Kreider at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Attorney at Law
Steve Wirth is one of the best-known EMS attorneys and consultants in the United States. In a distinguished four-decade public safety career, Steve has worked in virtually every facet of EMS – as first responder, firefighter, EMT, paramedic, flight paramedic, EMS instructor, fire officer, and EMS executive. He was one of central Pennsylvania’s first paramedics.
Attorney at Law
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.