February 19, 2020 - 2:30pm
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Call to Order/Roll Call
Reading of the GETAC Vision and Mission Statements
A unified, comprehensive, and effective Emergency Healthcare System.
To promote, develop, and advance an accountable, patient-centered Trauma and Emergency Healthcare System.
Review and approval of November 2019 meeting minutes
Introduction of new members
GETAC Chair comments
Discussion and possible action on the following items:
- Reports from Air Medical and Specialty Care Transport Committee (AM&SCTC) members assigned to attend other committee meetings
- Update on the Critical Care Transport Capability Matrix
- Progress report from the Task Force addressing the Safety Capabilities Component of the Critical Care Transport Capability Matrix
- Progress report from AM&SCTC members assigned to the "Buckle It Up" campaign
- Discussion on how to increase the Specialty Care Component of the AM&SCTC, specifically with regards to High Risk OB and Pediatric/Neonatal
- Discussion on how to maximize High Risk OB and Pediatric/Neonatal resources during a disaster response
- Presentation: “PVT for Fatigue” (psychomotor vigilance task, PVT)
- Discussion on standardizing response time language for air medical scene responses
- Update from DSHS
- Discussion on development of a Statement of Purpose for the Air Medical and Specialty Care Transport Committee
- Review of current national legislation and its potential impact on air medical and specialty care transport in Texas
- Discussion, review, and recommendations for initiatives that instill a culture of safety for responders, caregivers, and the public with a focus on operations and safe driving practices
- Review the GETAC Strategic Plan for the Texas Emergency Healthcare System and determine if any additions, deletions, or corrections are in order
- Initiatives, programs, and potential research that might improve air medical and specialty care transport service provision in Texas
General Public Comment
(Comment time may be limited at Chair’s discretion)
Summary of action items for GETAC meeting report
Review and list agenda items for next meeting
Next meeting date
Contact: Robert Friedrich, Office of EMS/Trauma Systems, Consumer Protection Division, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, 512-484-8113 or email@example.com.
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