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.
What do you get when you put multiple attorneys in a room? Hopefully, potential answers to some of the challenges facing your EMS organization. Please join noted EMS attorneys Margaret Keavney, Scott Moore, Matthew R. Streger, Brian Werfel, and Steve Wirth for an interactive discussion on the role contractual arrangements play in an efficient EMS […]
Small, rural, super-rural, and volunteer services are not exempt from the CMS Ground Ambulance Cost Data Collection mandate. This engaging session will focus specifically on why rural EMS provider participation is critical to cost data collection and how it will shape the future of EMS.ZA3
Join the ACE Faculty for small group cost collection coaching! Walk your way through cost collection from start to finish with an ACE Faculty member and others from similar service types. Each faculty member will host a small group focused on either rural, super-rural, and volunteer organizations, shared-service, municipal organizations, or EMS-only organizations. Bring your […]
What I Like About You: Why Positive Feedback is a Better Recipe for Success We often expect our supervisors to possess the knowledge, skill, and ability to establish and maintain respectful and productive relationships with our employees. We principally rely on a supervisor’s natural leadership abilities or charisma. The role these leaders play in the […]
The Seven Deadly Sins – The Bad Behaviors Most Likely to Get You in Trouble with Your Patient, The Public, Your Agency, and the Law! It’s tough. Everyone is overstressed, overworked, and underpaid as we are faced with the most difficult challenges ever seen in fire and EMS. But despite all this, we must put […]
Resuscitating the EMS Workforce: Back to the ABCs EMS has suffered from critical workforce challenges long before the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has only exploited these workforce challenges to a point that nearly every EMS agency are employing extraordinary measures to avoid an EMS workforce collapse. Many are offering large sign on bonuses in an […]