The EMS/Trauma Committee represents CHA members that provide emergency medical and/or trauma services in the State of California, and serves in an advisory capacity to the CHA Board of Trustees regarding EMS/Trauma member needs, policies and legislation.
Join us this year as we explore avenues to promote and innovate better care for our patients and profession. Back by demand, day-one’s program will focus on the swelling numbers of behavioral patients in emergency departments. Day two features general and breakout sessions on a range of operational, financial and policy topics. Make plans now to attend.
Whether you are a sending or receiving hospital, many factors must be considered when dealing with a potential EMTALA situation. The patient’s medical condition, screening exams, capacity and capability, and on-call issues are at the top of the list. Learn how to analyze these and other complicated EMTALA situations with confidence.