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Pennsylvania State Capitol.· HB 1013, Act 103 payment for treat no transport, bill signing.

Member TIM HINCHCLIFF, January 30

The Bill signing of HB 1013 in the Capital this afternoon. Governor Wolf along with State officials as well as members of the AAP Board of Directors

EMS Treat No Transport Bill Signed Into Law - Act 103 of 2018
This law provides EMS agencies payment for EMS care/services rendered to a patient, even when a patient is not transported to a hospital.

The act states the following -
An EMS provider... ... (Full Story & Photos)

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By Jan Murphy |,, December 17

The struggles facing fire and ambulance services across Pennsylvania has left them in critical condition.

Between staffing, funding and training issues, these first responders are nearing or have approached the point where they can no longer can guarantee a timely or adequate response to a 9-1-1 call for a fire or ambulance.

"I have never been one to cry wolf, never in my life, but I'm telling ... (Full Story & Photos)

PA EMS Provider Annual Call for Grant Applications

Member Heather Sharar, December 17

The Pennsylvania EMS Provider Foundation (Foundation) is very pleased to announce our annual call for grant applications.

The Grant: The grant will be awarded to an individual EMT or EMTs who would like to further their education and become Paramedics. The deadline for grant applications is the close of business on February 14, 2019.

The recipient must have at least three (3) years experience as ... (Full Story)

EMS In Crisis - Township News Article

Member Heather Sharar, September 06

The AAP and many others continue to educate the public on the crisis facing EMS.... (Full Story)

EMS Medicaid Rate Reform included in State Budget for 2019

June 21

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania’s ambulance companies would see a much-needed increase in their Medicaid reimbursement rates under the 2018-19 state budget bill approved by the House on Wednesday, said Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint).

“This is outstanding news for ambulance companies across the state, and especially for those that serve rural areas like ours that are really struggling financially,” ... (Full Story & Photos)

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