AgustaWestland in collaboration with The Association of Critical Care Transport is pleased to announce our Second Annual Symposium. Our first symposium, held in Chicago in June of 2013, examined in broad terms the role of critical care transport, as an adhesive thread in the development of integrated regional care systems and the need for change in healthcare costs and coverage. This symposium, building from our education sessions in Washington and Pinnacle will focus on managing change, complexity science, culture, and measuring change.
This second symposium will again convene a gathering of health, emergency care, and critical care transport leaders to review the progress made in last year’s symposium and then examine the rapid underlying structural and accountability evolution of the healthcare system. Our particular focus is to examine change management through various lenses to help leaders build the strategies necessary for a more fully integrated, accountable, and patient centered enterprise.
The Symposium is an invitation only event using an interrogatory and interactive dialogue format between invited participants and a series of expert panels of healthcare leaders from the US and Canada.
The Association of Critical Care Transport (ACCT) is a non-profit grassroots patient advocacy organization committed to ensuring that critically ill and injured patients have access to the safest and highest quality critical care transport system possible. ACCT is comprised of air and ground critical care transport providers, business organizations, associations, and individuals all striving to provide our communities, hospitals and EMS partners in care, regulators, and policy makers with a path toward a safer and more trustworthy critical care transport system for patients.