NY Mobile Integrated Healthcare Conference 2021

September 17, 2021

September 17, 2021

9:00 AM To 1:00 PM

Online: EDT (USA)

https://bit.ly/3hNaGQv

$30 - $40

Event Description

New York Mobile Integrated Healthcare Conference 2021

Join Us For Our Third Annual Conference!

Learn about community paramedicine, ET3, telehealth in EMS and new roles for EMS providers!

Visit our sponsor at www.docgo.com

The Mount Sinai Health System Division of EMS and the New York Mobile Integrated Healthcare Association are pleased to invite you to join us on Friday 9/17/21 from 9a-1p for a conference on Mobile Integrated Healthcare.

Learn about CMMI’s ET3 model, Mobile Integrated Healthcare & Community Paramedicine, Telemedicine in EMS, and how EMS providers played exciting new roles in helping to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featuring

Matt Zavadsky – Chief Transformation Officer, MedStar Mobile Healthcare

Brendan Carr, MD – Professor and Chair, Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine

David J. Prezant, MD – Chief Medical Officer, FDNY

Ryan Greenberg – Director, Bureau of EMS, New York Department of Health

Jonathan Washko, MBA – Assistant Vice-President, Northwell Health EMS

Kevin Munjal, MD, MPH – Director-Acute Unscheduled Care, Mount Sinai

Shanel Fields, MBA – Founder and CEO, MD Ally Technologies

Hanan Cohen – Director, Corporate Development and Community Paramedicine, Empress EMS

Bradley Kaufman, MD – Deputy Medical Director, FDNY

Janine Perazzo, LCSW – Senior Director-Office of Behavioral Health, NYC Health+Hospitals

Mark Merlin, DO – Chief Medical Officer, DocGo

Matthew Libby – Mobile Integrated Health Director, CityBlock

Date: Friday, September 17th, 2021

Time: 9AM-1PM

Location: Zoom Webinar

Organizers

NY Mobile Integrated Healthcare Assoc & Mount Sinai Dept of Emergency Medicine

http://nymiha.org/

About the Organizers

New York Mobile Integrated Healthcare Association is focused on expanding the role of EMS within communities and the healthcare system. http://t.co/whbZZpol0p

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