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Thursday April 24, 2014
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In 2006, the New Jersey Legislature directed the Commissioner of the Department of Health and Senior Services to conduct a study of the New Jersey Emergency Medical ...

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At the direction of the NJ State Department of Health and Senior Services, a diverse stakeholder group comprised of the NJ EMS Council and representatives from virtually all EMS component providers was convened.

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After over 8 months of meetings on the subject, the group developed detailed recomendations to change the EMS system in NJ. New legislation was drafted to incorporate the recommendations and provide for a variety of statutory measures to enhance the scope and quality of the emergency medical services system in New Jersey and to improve its efficiency, streamline its bureaucracy and reduce its overall system cost to patients, taxpayers and the state.

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