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.
Share legislation, regulations, and best practices with fellow state ambulance association leaders from across the country! This year’s forum, led by Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin President Chris Anderson, will focus on topics that impact the EMS Workforce. Scott Moore, Esq. of Moore EMS Consulting will provide information on mandatory vaccinations and accommodation requests during […]
Join Scott Moore, Esq. for an enlightening lightning round that will help you stay alert to potential speed bumps in the road toward greater diversity, equity, and inclusion at your ambulance service.
Please join A.A.A. Consultants Scott Moore, Esq. and Brian Werfel, Esq. for a critical look at some of the more common reimbursement Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) used by our industry. Scott and Brian will discuss how these KPIs are currently being used (or misused) by ambulance billing operations, and provide their thoughts on how these […]
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What do public policy, government advocacy, workforce programs, and reimbursement all have in common? You guessed it – DATA! Join the ACE Faculty members as they walk through the impact CMS’ Cost Data Collection will have on the future of EMS beyond the burden of reporting and potential 10% penalty.
The inability to attract and retain a qualified EMS workforce poses the greatest threat to ensuring that EMS services can continue to “answer the call” in their communities. The 2021 American Ambulance Association/Newton 360 EMS Turnover Study included a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted EMS turnover as some individuals decided that the risks […]
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 […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has put unprecedented strain on EMS agencies. While EMS groups lobbied hard to get EMS providers to be among the first group to receive the vaccination, there is substantial vaccination hesitancy. OSHA, CMS, and OMB will likely have just released new regulations requiring many EMS agencies to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all […]