We are working on a series of online workshops for 2021. The topics will be primarily for service administrators, supervisors, and those interested in operational topics.
Please check back later for more details.
Links of Interest
In Maine, essential workers such as EMS already have access to vaccines to help protect them against COVID-19. CDC has provided a toolkit to help employers educate their essential workers about this important new prevention tool.
Maine Emergency Medical Services is a Bureau of the Maine Department of Public Safety. It is responsible for the coordination and integration of all state activities concerning emergency medical services and the overall planning, evaluation, coordination, facilitation and regulation of EMS systems.
The AAA was formed in 1979 in response to the need for improvements in medical transportation and emergency medical services. The American Ambulance Association represents hundreds of ambulance services across the United States that participate in emergency and nonemergency care and medical transportation. The Association serves as a voice and clearinghouse for ambulance services, and views prehospital care not only as a public service, but also as an essential part of the total public health care system.
MaineCare Exclusion List
Medicare Preclusion List
Savvik Buying Group
One of the benefits of MAA membership is that it automatically includes membership in the Savvik Buying Group, With over 8,000 members and 20 years of experience in cooperative buying, Savvik has been able to negotiate significant discounts on EMS supplies and equipment, office products, and much more. Savvik’s competitive bidding process complies with the procedures required by the state of Minnesota, which in turn establishes a Master Intergovernmental Cooperative Purchasing Agreement that is accepted by other state, county, and local government purchasing agents. For more details, visit their website.