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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C List of Presentations to the Committee ." Institute of Medicine. 2007. Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11621.
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Appendix C
List of Presentations to the Committee

February 2–4, 2004

Overview of Emergency Care in the U.S. Health System

  • Overview of the Emergency Care System

    Arthur L. Kellermann (Emory University School of Medicine)

  • Emergency Care Supply and Utilization

    Charlotte S. Yeh (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)

  • Rural Issues in Emergency Care

    John E. Prescott (West Virginia University)

Major Emergency Care Issue Areas

  • Patient Flow and Emergency Department Crowding

    Brent R. Asplin (University of Minnesota)

  • Evolution of the Emergency Department (circa 2004): A Systems Perspective

    Eric B. Larson (Group Health Cooperative)

  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues

    Michael H. Allen (University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)

  • Workforce Education and Training

    Glenn C. Hamilton (Wright State University School of Medicine)

  • Information Technology in Emergency Care

    Larry A. Nathanson (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

Prehospital Care, Public Health, and Emergency Preparedness

  • Emergency Care and Public Health

    Daniel A. Pollock (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

  • Overview of the Issues Facing Prehospital EMS

    Robert R. Bass (Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems)

  • Emergency Preparedness

    Joseph F. Waeckerle (University of Missouri Baptist Medical Center)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C List of Presentations to the Committee ." Institute of Medicine. 2007. Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11621.
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Research Agenda

  • Overview of Research in Emergency Care

    E. John Gallagher (Montefiore Medical Center)

  • Research Needs for the Future

    Robin M. Weinick (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)

June 9–11, 2004

Overview of Emergency Medical Services for Children

  • The EMS-C Program: History and Current Challenges

    Jane Ball (The EMSC National Resource Center)

  • The 1993 IOM Report: Promise and Progress

    Megan McHugh (IOM Staff)

Issues in Pediatric Emergency Care

  • Pediatric Equipment and Care Management

    Marianne Gausche-Hill (Harbor-UCLA Medical Center)

  • Special Problems in Pediatric Medication

    Milap Nahata (Ohio State University Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine)

  • Training and Skills Maintenance

    Cynthia Wright-Johnson (Maryland Institute for EMS Systems)

  • Emergency Research and Data Issues

    David Jaffe (Washington University in St. Louis)

Pediatric Disaster Preparedness

  • George Foltin (New York University Bellevue Hospital Center)

Organization and Delivery of Emergency Medical Services

  • System-Wide EMS and Trauma Planning and Coordination

    Stephen Hise (National Association of State EMS Directors)

  • Fire Perspective on EMS

    John Sinclair (International Association of Fire Chiefs)

  • Trauma Systems

    Alasdair Conn (Massachusetts General Hospital)

  • Critical Care Transport

    Richard Orr (Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh)

History and Organization of EMS in the United States

  • EMS System Overview and History

    Robert Bass (Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems)

  • Overview of Local EMS Systems

    Mike Williams (Abaris Group)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C List of Presentations to the Committee ." Institute of Medicine. 2007. Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11621.
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  • Issues Facing Rural Emergency Medical Services

    Fergus Laughridge (Emergency Medical Services, Nevada State Health Division)

Prehospital EMS Issue Areas

  • EMS Financing and Reimbursement

    Jerry Overton (Richmond Ambulance Authority)

  • EMS Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

    Robert A. Swor (William Beaumont Hospital)

  • Overview of the EMS Agenda for the Future

    Ted Delbridge (University of Pittsburgh)

  • EMS Data Needs

    Greg Mears (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

  • Overview of Current EMS Research

    Ron Maio (University of Michigan)

Agency Reaction Panel

  • Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau

    Dave Heppel (Division of Child, Adolescent, and Family Health) and/or Dan Kavanaugh (EMSC-Program)

  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

    Drew Dawson (EMS Division)

  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

    Robin Weinick (Safety Nets and Low Income Populations and Intramural Research)

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

    Rick Hunt (Division of Injury and Disability Outcomes and Programs)

  • Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health Policy

    Evan Mayfield (U.S. Public Health Service and Public Health Analyst)

June 24–25, 2004

Workforce Issues in the Emergency Department

  • Issues Facing the Emergency Care Nursing Workforce

    Mary Jagim (MeritCare Hospital)

    Carl Ray (Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center)

    Kathy Robinson (Pennsylvania Department of Health)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C List of Presentations to the Committee ." Institute of Medicine. 2007. Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11621.
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Current Initiatives in Patient Flow

  • Patient Flow Initiative Implemented at University of Utah

    Jadie Barrie (University of Utah)

    Pamela Proctor (University of Utah)

  • Program for Management of Variability in Health Care Delivery

    Eugene Litvak (Boston University Health Policy Institute)

Luncheon Speaker—Medical Technology in Emergency Medicine

  • Michael Sachs (Sg2)

September 20–21, 2004

Prehospital EMS Issue Areas

  • International EMS Systems

    Jerry Overton (Richmond Ambulance Authority)

  • Current Status of Federal Emergency Care Legislation and Funding

    Mark Mioduski (Cornerstone Government Affairs)

  • Overview of EMS Workforce Issues

    John Becknell (Consultant)

  • EMS System Design and Coordination

    Bob Davis (USA Today)

Reimbursement and Funding of Pediatric Emergency Care Services

  • Reimbursement Issues in Pediatric Emergency Care

    Steven E. Krug (Northwestern University/Children’s Memorial Hospital)

  • Current Status of Federal Emergency Care Legislation and Funding

    Mark Mioduski (Cornerstone Government Affairs)

Issues Facing Pediatric Emergency Care

  • Funding of Children’s Hospitals

    Peter Holbrook (Children’s National Medical Center)

  • Survey on Pediatric Preparedness

    Marianne Gausche-Hill (Harbor-UCLA Medical Center)

October 4–5, 2004

No open sessions held.

March 2–4, 2005

Public Health Perspectives

  • Overview of EMS and Trauma System Issues

    William Koenig (Emergency Medical Services Agency, LA County)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C List of Presentations to the Committee ." Institute of Medicine. 2007. Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11621.
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  • The Hospital Perspective

    Doug Bagley (Riverside County Regional Medical Center)

  • The Safety Net and Community Providers Perspective

    John Gressman (San Francisco Community Clinics Consortium)

  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse

    Barry Chaitin (University of California—Irvine)

  • The Patient Perspective

    Sandy Schuhmann-Atkins (University of California—Irvine)

On-Call Coverage Issues

  • Survey of On-Call Coverage in California

    Mark Langdorf (University of California—Irvine)

  • Specialty Physician Perspective—Orthopedics

    Nick Halikis (Little Company of Mary Hospital)

  • Specialty Physician Perspective—Neurosurgery

    John Kusske (University of California—Irvine)

Issues in Rural Emergency Care

  • The Family Practice Perspective

    Arlene Brown (Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency and Family Practice Associates of Ruidoso, PC)

  • Telemedicine in Rural Emergency Care

    Jim Marcin (University of California—Davis)

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Today our emergency care system faces an epidemic of crowded emergency departments, patients boarding in hallways waiting to be admitted, and daily ambulance diversions. Hospital-Based Emergency Care addresses the difficulty of balancing the roles of hospital-based emergency and trauma care, not simply urgent and lifesaving care, but also safety net care for uninsured patients, public health surveillance, disaster preparation, and adjunct care in the face of increasing patient volume and limited resources. This new book considers the multiple aspects to the emergency care system in the United States by exploring its strengths, limitations, and future challenges. The wide range of issues covered includes:

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