KEMSA – Stakeholder Meeting – November 19th

Nov. 19 – Stakeholder Meeting – Draft Regulations for Non-Transport Agencies

NEW DATE, TIMES AND LOCATION!

November 19, 2019
9:00 am to 10:30 am –Sponsoring Organization Regulation Discussion
10:30 am – 12:30 pm – Non-transport Agency Regulation Discussion

New Location: Junction City
Courtyard Marriott – Main conference room
310 Hammons Dr, Junction City, KS 66441

The Kansas EMS Association (KEMSA) and the Kansas State Firefighters Association (KSFFA) in conjunction with the Kansas Board of EMS (KSBEMS) is soliciting input on newly proposed regulations.  Kansas EMS Stakeholder meetings will be hosted on November 19, 2019 to gather input proposed regulation. Two specific regulatory topics are being discussed at the Kansas Board of EMS.  It is important for all agencies to be aware of the proposed changes and to offer feedback.

The proposed regulations are listed below along with links to submit written feedback.  Information and questions gathered from the surveys will be addressed at the stakeholders meeting.

Proposed statutory and regulatory oversight of non-transport EMS agencies.  The KSBEMS currently has regulatory authority over EMS agencies that provide transport, the propose regulation would extend the oversight to include first response agencies.  The goal is to ensure quality care is provided by all emergency medical response agencies.  The proposed changes would be at the statutory and regulatory level.  It is important to have feedback from all the agencies that will be impacted.

Proposed Regulation of Sponsoring Organizations for Initial and Continuing education.  New regulations impacting the requirement for sponsoring organizations for initial and continuing education provider were discussed at the October KSBEMS meeting.  It is important for all stakeholders to review and offer input on the changes early in the process.

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