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Appendix B Workshop Participants Terry Adirim United States Department of Homeland Security Ron Anderson Parkland Health & Hospital System Beth Armstrong National Association of State EMS Officials Joyce Bailey Compirion Healthcare Solutions Jill Baren Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Robert Bass Maryland Institute for EMS Systems Karen Belli EMSC National Resource Center Maria Bianchi American Ambulance Association 93

94 NATIONAL EMERGENCY CARE ENTERPRISE Steve Blessing National Association of State EMS Officials Douglass Boenning U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Sabina Braithwaite University of Virginia Health System Kim Bullock American Academy of Family Physicians Angel Burba National Association of State EMS Educators Tabina Burney U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regina Byrd Unknown Affiliation Anthony Carlini Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Guy Clifton University of Texas Health Sciences Center Susan Cozine Regional West Medical Center Drew Dawson National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Aram Dobalian Safety and Health Solutions John Fekety Unknown Affiliation Beth Feldpush Unknown Affiliation

APPENDIX B 95 John Fildes University of Nevada School of Medicine Laura Fitzmaurice-Amick Children’s Mercy Hospital Clinics Dia Gainor Idaho Department of Health Angela Gardener American College of Emergency Physicians David Gencarelli Association of Air Medical Services Asha George U.S. House of Representatives Marilyn Gerber Healing Healthcare Solutions Cathy Gotschall National Highway Traffic Safety Association Michael Granovsky Medical Reimbursement Systems, Inc. Giovanna Guerrero National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Leon L. Haley, Jr. Grady Health System/Emory University Michael Handrigan Emergency Care Coordination Center Marc Hartstein Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Jaclynn Haymon EMSC National Resource Center

96 NATIONAL EMERGENCY CARE ENTERPRISE Jon Mark Hirshon University of Maryland School of Medicine Cherri Hobgood UNC School of Medicine Catherine Hoffman Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured Patricia Kunz Howard University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center Richard Hunt Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mary Jagim Intelligent InSites Ramon Johnson American College of Emergency Physicians Jerry Johnston National Association of EMTs Nicolas Jouriles American College of Emergency Physicians Gregory Jurkovich University of Washington Harborview Medical Center Captain Dan Kavanaugh Health Resources and Services Administration Arthur Kellermann Emory University School of Medicine Sandra Kinkade Association of Air Medical Services Walter Koroshetz National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

APPENDIX B 97 Jon Krohmer Department of Homeland Security Kurt Krumperman University of Maryland, Baltimore County Nathan Kuppermann University of California Davis School of Medicine Roger Lewis Harbor–UCLA Medical Center Gary Little George Washington University Hospital Dawn Mancuso Association of Air Medical Services Dan Manz Vermont Department of Health Ricardo Martinez The Schumacher Group Linda McCaig National Center for Health Statistics Susan McHenry National Highway Traffic Safety Association/ United States Department of Transportation Greg Mears University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill J. Wayne Meredith Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Ryan Mutter Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research Terri Nally Emergency Nurses Association

98 NATIONAL EMERGENCY CARE ENTERPRISE Susan Nedza American Medical Association Amy Nevel Unknown Affiliation Lenora Olson University of Utah Cynthia Pellegrini American Academy of Pediatrics Jesse Pines University of Pennsylvania David Prakash University of Maryland–Baltimore County Suzanne Prentiss New Hampshire Department of Safety Michael Rapp Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Adrienne Roberts American Association of Neurological Surgeons Kathy Robinson National Association of State EMS Officials Andrew Roszak Emergency Care Coordination Center Jeffery Runge Biologue, Inc. Nels Sanddal Critical Illness Foundation Thomas Scalea University of Maryland

APPENDIX B 99 Sandra Schneider American College of Emergency Physicians Roslyne Schulman American Hospital Association William Schwab University of Pennsylvania Medical Center Jane Scott National Institutes of Health Melicia Seay Emergency Care Coordination Center Kathy Shaw The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Tasmeen Singh Weik EMSC National Resource Center Noah Smith Battelle Jasper Sterling AFGE Local 3721 David Thomson PHI Air Medical Alex Valadka University of Texas Medical Center David Werner Association of Air Medical Services Gordon Wheeler American College of Emergency Physicians Dean Wilkerson American College of Emergency Physicians

100 NATIONAL EMERGENCY CARE ENTERPRISE David Wright Emory School of Medicine Charlotte Yeh AARP Services Linda Young PHI Air Medical

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In 2006, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a series of three books on the Future of Emergency Care in the United States Health System. These reports contained recommendations that called on the federal government and private stakeholders to initiate changes aimed at improving the emergency care system. Three years later, in May 2009, the IOM convened a workshop to examine the progress to date in achieving these objectives, and to help assess priorities for future action.

The May 2009 workshop, summarized in this volume, brought stakeholders and policy makers together to discuss which among the many challenges facing emergency care are most amenable to coordinated federal action. The workshop sought to foster information exchange among federal officials involved in advancing emergency care and key stakeholder groups from around the country.

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