2015 Harvard Fellow Scholarship Application Period Open

On behalf of the IAEMSC Board of Directors, it is our privilege to announce the application period for the 2015 IAEMSC/Intermedix Scholarship. This year, through the continued generosity of our partners at Intermedix, the IAEMSC is once again offering a fully paid scholarship for an IAEMSC member to attend the Harvard Kennedy School of Government's Senior Executives in State and Local Government Executive Education Program. The program is a three week in-residence offering of the Harvard Kennedy School. Applications will be accepted through 23:59 EST on April 24th, 2015.

Please see the attached application process document and program brochure for more details. We are proud to offer this opportunity to our members and hope you will consider taking advantage of it. Best wishes and please remember to save the dates of October 15-18, 2015 for our Annual Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. at the The Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel.

Download the 2015 Harvard KSG Application Process

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2014 Harvard EMS Fellow Named

INTERMEDIX / IAEMSC Harvard Fellow Scholarship for the John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State & Local Government Program
Awarded to EMS Chief James Brothers

The International Association of Emergency Medical Services Chiefs (IAEMSC) recently announced the selection of Battalion Chief/Paramedic James M. Brothers, Executive Officer of Emergency Medical Services Bureau, Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services as the 2014 INTERMEDIX/IAEMSC Harvard Fellow recipient.

Chief Brothers was chosen from a very competitive pool of qualified EMS chief officers. Being awarded this fellowship is one of the highest honors for leaders in the field of Emergency Medical Services. Chief Brothers has made significant contributions to the discipline of EMS and is deeply committed to the advancement of the EMS profession.

James L. Robinson, IAEMSC President, said

Chief Brothers has worked to advance EMS as a discipline in his county and state. His many years of active involvement furthering EMS locally, regionally, and nationally has contributed to an outstanding system. We are proud to recognize Chief Brothers for his longstanding commitment and many accomplishments.

Rob Farmer, IAEMSC President-Elect, noted

Intermedix has generously sponsored IAEMSC's professional development initiative since 2006. The Chiefs are sincerely grateful for their support which enables the IAEMSC to offer this meaningful opportunity to its membership.

Intermedix CEO Doug Shamon added

We sponsor this scholarship with the realization that promoting the advancement of EMS management as a profession is a highly worthy endeavor. We extend our congratulations to Chief Brothers and expect he will find this program to be an exceptional learning opportunity.

 
Chief Jimmy Brothers is currently attending the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State and Local Government program in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This program provides a unique experience for participants both inside and outside the classroom to ensure that public officials are prepared to manage and lead results-driven government agencies and non-profit organizations. In particular, this program provides an opportunity to:

  • Develop new conceptual frameworks for addressing program and policy issues
  • Explore relationships between citizens and their government
  • Examine the ethical and professional responsibilities of leadership

This three-week program was designed specifically to challenge assumptions about how to exercise leadership in the public sector. During the course of this program, participants learn valuable strategies for establishing meaningful, attainable organizational objectives. Program participants also investigate the process of developing and evaluating policy alternatives and consider options for organizing and deploying resources to achieve these objectives.

Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State & Local Government Program Brochure (PDF)

2013 EMS Fellow Named

NTERMEDIX / IAEMSC Harvard Fellow Scholarship for the John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State & Local Government Program

 

EMS Chief Dave Baldwin & EMS Coordinator Daniel Gerard Named 2013 INTERMEDIX / IAEMSC Harvard EMS Fellows

The International Association of Emergency Medical Services Chiefs (IAEMSC) today announced the selection of North Washington Fire Protection District (CO) EMS Chief Dave Baldwin and Oakland Fire Department (CA) EMS Coordinator Daniel Gerard as the 2013 INTERMEDIX / IAEMSC Harvard Fellow recipients.

Baldwin and Gerard were selected from a highly competitive pool of immensely qualified EMS chief officers. Being designated for this fellowship is one of the highest honors for leaders in the field of Emergency Medical Services. Both recipients have longstanding contributions to the discipline of EMS and unparalleled commitments to the advancement of the EMS profession.

William Sugiyama, IAEMSC President, said

Chief Baldwin and EMS Coordinator Gerard represent some of the best of EMS leadership in the United States today. Over the course of their distinguished careers, they have helped to advance the discipline here and abroad. Their active involvement in EMS organizations locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally has resulted in contributions that further refine and advanced the discipline. We are proud to recognize Dave and Daniel for their commitment and accomplishments.

 

James L. Robinson, IAEMSC President-Elect, noted

We are truly gratified by the generous support of Intermedix that enables IAEMSC to provide this opportunity for its membership.  Intermedix has graciously supported this professional development initiative on an annual basis since 2006.

 

Intermedix CEO Doug Shamon added,

We sponsor this scholarship with the recognition that promoting the advancement of EMS management as a profession is a highly worthy endeavor. We extend our congratulations to Chief Baldwin and EMS Coordinator Gerard and expect they will find this program to be an exceptional opportunity.

 

Baldwin and Gerard will participate in the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State and Local Government program in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The program provides experiences for participants both inside and outside the classroom to ensure that public officials are equipped on a daily basis to manage and lead results-driven government agencies and non-profit organizations. In particular, this program provides an opportunity to:

 

  • Develop new conceptual frameworks for addressing program and policy issues
  • Explore the relationship between citizens and their government
  • Examine the ethical and professional responsibilities of leadership

This three-week program is designed specifically to challenge assumptions about how to exercise leadership in the public sector. During the course of this program, participants learn strategies for establishing meaningful, attainable organizational objectives. Program participants also investigate the process of developing and evaluating policy alternatives and consider options for organizing and deploying resources to achieve these objectives. Brochure (PDF)

About Intermedix Corporation

Intermedix focuses on the highly fragmented US healthcare and emergency response industries by delivering information technology and business services to manage the revenue cycle, promote preparedness and interoperability, and support incident response management, documentation, and reporting. Intermedix provides practice management and revenue cycle management services for emergency physicians and hospital emergency departments, emergency medical services (ambulance) agencies, anesthesiologists, primary care physicians, urgent care centers, and fire departments throughout the US. The company also provides technology solutions for federal, state and local government agencies, emergency management professionals, healthcare providers, and corporations using the brand names WebEOC®, EMResource, EMTrack, CORES, TripTix®, and Fleeteyes

2009 Harvard Fellow Application

Harvard Scholarship for Summer 2009 Kennedy School Senior Executives in State & Local Government Program

The International Association of Emergency Medical Service Chiefs (IAEMSC) and Intermedix Corporation of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida today announced the opening of the application period for the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Senior Executives in State and Local Government program for the summer of 2009.

The scholarship provides funding for one EMS executive to attend the program without cost to him/her or their EMS organization. The selected IAEMSC scholar’s agency is responsible for granting the selected recipient the time to attend this intensive twenty-one day in-residence program in either June or July of 2009. Applicants must be an IAEMSC member in good standing with a current membership valid through at least December 31, 2009. An applicant must have obtained at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.

IAEMSC member participation in this program is made possible by the continued generous support provided by Intermedix Corporation.

The scholarship winner will be named on or about May 15, 2009.

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