Kevin Munjal is a board-certified Emergency Medical Services physician who did his EMS fellowship at the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). He also holds two Masters degrees, one in Health Policy & Management and the other in Clinical Research. He is the System Director for the Division of EMS, Director for Mount Sinai Community Paramedicine and Online Medical Control. He also serves as Director for Acute Unscheduled Care for Mount Sinai Health Partners. He is a prolific health services researcher focused on community paramedicine, telehealth, and other innovations in EMS. He has been funded by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), National Institute on Aging (NIA), the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), Departments of Health & Human Services (HHS), Transportation (DOT) and Homeland Security (DHS), and the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), as well as numerous foundations.
Michael Daily MD, FACEP
Michael W. Dailey, MD, FACEP, is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Albany Medical College, in Albany New York. He completed residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh in 2001, and received his MD from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in1998. He has been involved in EMS for over 30 years, with provider experience in volunteer suburban EMS, rural volunteer fire service, urban municipal EMS, and helicopter EMS. Currently, Michael serves New York State as a member of the State Medical and Trauma Advisory Committees and the Medical Standards Committee. He is the EMS Medical Director for the Hudson Mohawk Region–REMO, the six counties surrounding the State Capital. He is the Medical Director for the Town of Colonie EMS, the fire departments for the Cities of Albany and Schenectady, fire departments in Delmar, Green Island and the Watervliet Arsenal. Dr. Dailey is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Medical Society of the State of NY, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, the National Association of EMS Physicians, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the National Fire Protection EMS Committee and the National Association of EMTs.
Timothy Egan EMT-P
Timothy Egan began his EMS career as a volunteer in Orange County, NY in 1983. He began working at Horton Memorial Hospital in Middletown as an EMT in 1986, and certified as a paramedic in 1988. He has worked for numerous EMS services throughout the Hudson Valley Region over the years. Currently, and for the past 26 years Tim works for Rockland Paramedic Services/Rockland Mobile Care as an Operations Chief and the IT Director. He worked his way up the ranks starting as a field paramedic in 1990. Tim served as a strike team leader in the Gulf Coast for Hurricanes Katrina (2005) and Gustav (2008) in Louisiana, and Hurricane Rita (2005) in Texas. He also has served as a Chair and member of the Board of Directors of the United New York Ambulance Network.
Jeremy T. Cushman MD, MS, EMT-P, FACEP
Dr. Cushman is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services and is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Chief of the Division of Prehospital Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, at the University of Rochester. He has completed an Emergency Medical Services Fellowship and a Master of Science in Emergency Health Services and Disaster Management from the University of Maryland. He remains a certified Paramedic and is Medical Director for the Monroe-Livingston Region, Monroe County, and dozens of fire and EMS agencies. In addition to administrative medical direction, he provides medical support and scene response for all law enforcement, fire department, and special operations teams in the City of Rochester and Monroe County.
Jonathan Washko BS-EMSA, NREMT-P, AEMD
Jonathan Washko as been involved in the EMS industry for over 30 years and has held progressive leadership position with small, medium and large EMS systems in government, private, for-profit and not-for-profit entities. Mr. Washko is considered the leading industry expert on EMS system design, High Performance EMS concepts, industry best practices, EMS Deployment, lean business processes, System Status Management and is often called upon by EMS systems in crisis as well as those considered at the top of their game, in order to help transform these organizations to become the best they can be.