AAMS Medical Transport Leadership Institute (MTLI) Undergraduate Program
April 27 - May 2, 2014
First and Second Year Programming | Pricing & Registration Info coming soon!
Undergraduate Registration Form coming soon!
Our leadership team has been trained by MTLI for the past six years. Their professional approach to EMS Management sets the standard for other training programs to aspire to. You will NOT be sorry.
--James Jackson CMTE, North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System CEMS, Syosset, NY
FIRST YEAR PRESENTATIONS
Enhancing Your Public Image: Beyond Trinkets and Trash
Developing a community outreach program, and techniques and strategies for promoting your services.
Building the Transport Team
Once the team is established, the challenge is to keep them functioning at a high performance level. Understanding generational differences, conflict management, decision making skills are a few of the items that will be addressed in this course.
Sex, drugs and OSHA . . .
Safety Management Systems
This course will explore the basics of Safety Management Systems and provide the resources to understand how to incorporate Safety into your organization.
Fix the Real Problem, Stop the Blame Game
High consequence industries have recognized “Just Culture” as the new standard in designing a better system to mitigate human error. Explore the framework of “Just Culture” as it applies to medical transport.
We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Compliance
Recognizing corporate compliance expectations and addressing strategies for a successful compliance program.
Leadership and Administration
How to Ask for and Get What You Really Want
Writing effective and realistic RFPs and contracts.
Contracts: A Practical Approach for Getting What You Need & What They Want
Understanding the essential components of writing and managing business contracts.
Creating Win-Win Relationships
Enhancing your negotiating skills.
The basics of leadership—its characteristics, attributes, advantages and disadvantages.
Creating a Safety-Based Culture
Learning how to make safety an issue in every aspect of your service.
Transport Technology Tools
Information systems for medical transport services.
SHOW ME the MONEY!
The basics of ﬁnancial management.
Expense Identiﬁcation: Financial Management
Understanding your cost and managing your resources effectively.
Follow the Money: Principles of Optimum Reimbursement:
Understanding the third party reimbursement process.
Think Strategically, Plan Operationally
Developing a strategic business plan.
Transforming Organizational Culture
Fostering positive values through team building and leadership.
A Program for Excellence
Designing a quality management plan that works.
At a time where both air and ground critical medical transportation are striving to show the world how safe and patient focused we are at the core, MTLI fosters and empowers us all to build relationships and learn together. Some of my best, and most trusted industry friends, were made there after almost a decade of being a CMTE professional. Keep up the GREAT work.
--Todd Bailey, MBA, CMTE, MedFlight of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio
Utilization Management: Follow the Yellow Brick Road
Developing appropriate utilization and outcome management processes.
Business Communication Essentials
Preparing Executive Summaries, making presentations, and more!
The Art of the Dance
Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances.
Top HR issues executives need to know.
Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way
Diverse leadership principles and practice.
Managing Change and Redesigning Work
Dealing with constant change and redesigning work to enhance operations.
Advanced Financial Management
Cash Flow, Balance Sheet, and Performance Ratios.
Leadership core competencies, career mapping and successful planning.
Group Dynamics & Consensus Development
Case Studies in Advanced Leadership
The Group Projects are designed to help participants assimilate knowledge and information imparted in Year I and II of the institute. Small working groups will be assigned from among the students. The groups will be provided a scenario and background information from which each will be required to develop a formal written and oral presentation.
Note: Preliminary course listing subject to change.
CMTE Certiﬁcation Requirements
First year students will be given a validated 100 question written exam on the last day. To advance to the second year program, students must achieve a score of at least 70%. Second year students will be evaluated on participation in case reviews and a group project with written and oral presentations. Participants will receive two hours of class time each day to work on their project but should expect that most of the preparation for the project will happen outside of class.
While we recognize the professional obligations of the participants, students will not graduate who have missed more than two didactic sessions in any year. Attendance is taken at the beginning of every class, and participants are expected to be on time and utilize breaks to make phone calls, answer pages, etc. Second year students’ attendance at all case review and project sessions is mandatory. Students who fail to meet the above criteria will be allowed to audit the program but will not sit for the ﬁnal exam, receive a refund or obtain certiﬁcation.
1300-1830h........Registration (attendance required)
1700h................Year Two Orientation (attendance required)
1830h................Year One Orientation (attendance required)
1915h................Social/Dinner (attendance required)
0800-1700h.........Classes in session
0800-1200h..........Classes in session
1400-Dusk............Complimentary resort activities
0800-1700h................Classes in session
0800-1200h...............Classes in session
YEAR ONE & YEAR TWO
Monographs and other resource material, developed by the Regents and Oglebay National Training Center, will be sent to registrants on CD by early April.
Pricing & Registration coming soon!
MTLI Premium Package
Single AAMS Member Rate.
Single Non-Member Rate
Sat, Early Arrival, April 26
MTLI Standard Package
Single AAMS Member Rate
Single Non-Member Rate
Double AAMS Member Rate
Double Non-Member Rate
Sat, Early Arrival, April 26
Contact Oglebay’s National Training Center at (304) 243-4126 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.