May 29, 2015 New York Regional Stakeholder Meeting:

Thank you to all attendees of the New York Regional Stakeholder Meeting! The Webcast is available after free registration at the following link:

The Promoting Innovation in Emergency Medical Services (P.I.E.) project will hold a regional stakeholder meeting on May 29th in New York City. The project co-leaders from Mount Sinai Health System and University of California, San Diego will be present, as will representatives from the P.I.E. project co-sponsors at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, United States Department of Health and Human Services, and United States Department of Homeland Security. The project team will facilitate a discussion of local and regional barriers to innovation, and apply strategies and input from stakeholders around the nation to try to craft a strategy for overcoming those barriers to create an environment supportive of EMS innovation while protecting patient safety and maintaining appropriate levels of regulatory oversight. The project will be hosted by Greater New York Hospital Association.

The event will be Webcast at THIS URL, and registration is required: WEBCAST REGISTRATION

To attend in person lease register as there are a limited number of seats available. REGISTER HERE NOW

Greater New York Hospital Association
555 West 57th St., 15th Floor, New York, NY, 10019

Recommended Accommodations:
Special Discount for those Registered to attend the New York Regional Stakeholder Meeting

Mention the Promoting Innovation in Emergency Medical Services – NY East Coast Regional Stakeholders Meeting

The Wales Hotel (group rate)
1295 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10128
212-876-6000 or 866-925-3746
Group Code: 168677
Book Directly HERE

The Courtyard New York Manhattan/Upper East Side (Reserve by March 30th for group rate)
410 East 92nd Avenue, New York, NY, 10128
Book your group rate when mentioning Promoting Innovation in Emergency Medical Services- NY East Coast Regional Mtg.
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Please spread the word among both EMS and other community health stakeholders throughout New York State.

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Developing a National Framework to Overcome Local And Regional Barriers toward EMS Innovation!!