When You Leave a Patient Behind: Refusals, Non-Transports & Best Practices for Documentation
Whenever you don’t transport a patient, it’s essential to follow an established protocol to ensure that your biases and other subjective factors don’t take over when you’re dealing with the patient. And the quality of your documentation may be what helps save you in the event of a lawsuit. This webcast, presented by Steve Wirth and Doug Wolfberg of the EMS law firm Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, will focus on essential documentation points you need to cover with no-transport situations. Doug and Steve have years of experience in the field and in dealing with these situations from the legal side as well. Their firm represents hundreds of EMS agencies of all types across the nation. Don’t miss this valuable and practical webcast!
| Doug Wolfberg
Doug Wolfberg is an attorney with Page, Wolfberg & Wirth LLC, a national EMS-industry law firm. Visit the firm’s website at www.pwwemslaw.com for more EMS law information.
| Steve Wirth
Steve Wirth is an attorney with Page, Wolfberg & Wirth LLC, a national EMS-industry law firm. Visit the firm’s website at www.pwwemslaw.com for more EMS law information.
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