Interstate Compact for EMS Personnel Licensure for State Adoption
Purpose of the Project
This project will initiate a 20-month process to develop a model interstate compact for states’ legislative use to solve the problem associated with day-to-day emergency deployment of EMS personnel across state boundaries.
- Final Draft of Interstate Compact for EMS Personnel Licensure (Feb. 18, 2014)
- Review of Final Draft for State EMS Directors and Invitees (Feb. 14, 2014)
- Interstate Compacts 101, Council of State Governments Webinar (Dec. 12, 2012)
- Project Background and Scope of Work (October 2012)
The Drafting Team is charged with taking the theory-based National Advisory Panel recommendations and making them operational via draft legislation. The Drafting Team will meet four times between June and December 2012 to develop a draft model interstate compact.
Drafting Team Meetings
- Oct. 30-31, 2013
- Aug. 20-21, 2013
- June 4-5, 2013
National Advisory Panel (NAP)
The National Advisory Panel (NAP) is tasked with examining the current landscape of challenges and issues facing state emergency medical services (EMS) offices and the personnel they license. The NAP is charged with constructing a set of recommendations that can be considered in the development of a model interstate compact related to the licensure of EMS personnel. The NAP is composed of twenty-five issue and stakeholder experts from around the country with emphasis placed on state officials and other policymakers, as well as key external stakeholders, including federal agencies and industry. Download the NAP Statement of Purpose here.
- Mar. 19-20, 2013
- Jan 8-9, 2013
For More Information
- Dia Gainor, NASEMSO Executive Director, email@example.com