Moore EMS Consulting
Scott is a Massachusetts licensed attorney and possesses certifications as both a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and the Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP). He is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), the Northeast Human Resource Association (NEHRA), and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
In addition, Scott is an active member of the American Ambulance Association and has been a Site Reviewer for the Commission for the Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) for many years.
Scott is still an active EMT and continues to respond to emergencies as a Call Fire Fighter in his home town.
First of two separate half-day pre-conference workshops. Content is the same for both sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to […]
Second of two half-day separate pre-conference sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee […]
Pre-register for FREE 20 minute one-on-one consultations with AAA experts and vendor members! Sign-up will open in October. Scott Moore, Esq | Moore EMS Consulting Brian Werfel, Esq | Werfel & Werfel, PLLC Margaret Keavney, Esq / Matt Streger, Esq| Keavney & Streger Aarron Reinert/ Jon Becknell | Safetech Solutions Asbel Montes / Donna Newchurch […]
Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform the Ambulance Fee Schedule. Over the next four years, all EMS agencies who bill […]
The social and political discourse in this country is as nasty as it has ever been. Every day we are bombarded with repeated messages on social and traditional media platforms of humankind’s incivility or general lack of respect for one another. In EMS, our people have a front seat and bear witness to some of […]
Many EMS leaders profess a desire to change the dynamics in their organizations that drive employee burnout and turnover. However, many leaders fail to critically evaluate how their actions and leadership style impact their organizational culture. Leaders truly committed to changing the current workforce trends adopt a leadership style that: Exemplifies moral standards within the […]
EMS agencies often strive to be the “Best EMS Company” in their market. When asked how they define being “the best”, they often cite having the highest quality vehicles and the latest medical equipment. Nearly all EMS agencies will say that they have the best employees who are among the most skilled EMS clinicians. However, […]
See a live test-drive of the AAA’s AMBER cost collection software, a key piece of the Ambulance Cost Education Gold subscription that EMS relies on to ensure timely, accurate reporting to CMS. This session will introduce attendees to the software platform that the AAA designed specifically to assist ambulance services in completing their CMS Cost […]
EMS organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to navigate the laws surrounding workers’ compensation, Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) when it comes to providing light or alternative duty assignments. Traditionally, EMS organizations have employed light or alternative duty as a strategy for controlling […]