Episode 242 is Steve Wirth and Matthew Koyna from PW&W Law Firm. PW&W is a legal leader in the EMS industry. Steve and Matt speak about the Paramedics that have been indicted in Colorado regarding the Mr. McClain case and the use of Ketamine.
Episode 169: Tiff Coleman And Steve Wirth And The Whore Party!
The Bastard Sermon Podcast
For this episode we had two of our longest supporters Tiff and Steve join us to talk all sorts of nerd stuff and especially the wild story that is the Whore Party! It was a good time hanging out with these bastards! You're already tuning in so I'll just cut it out here.
Episode #138: Excuse My Medic with Special Guest Steve Wirth
EMS | Board & Collar
Welcome to the November 2020 edition of Excuse My Medic (EM2). We've got a program that you will be telling your grandkids and neighbors about for years to come, trust me. Joining us for this episode is our good friend Steve Wirth from the National EMS Law Firm of Page, Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC. Steve joins us to discuss something near and dear to every EMS professional...documentation. Steve reviews the Top Ten (a la Late Night with David Letterman) documentation errors that he has seen over his years. Don't miss Steve's talk along with some backseat banter from the EM2 regulars. You're gonna like this, guaranteed. We also have Positive EMS as well as the EMS Word of the Day and Offbeat EMS Stories. So, tune in for some great information and fun along the way. We have to keep laughing folks and EM2 is your prescription. Your Hosts: Chuck Humphrey, Ed Marasco and Gary HarvatSpecial Guest: Steve Wirth, Esq.
Steve Wirth’s EMS Perspectives, Changes & Benefit During the Pandemic
With so many changes and challenges occurring in EMS during the COVID-19 pandemic, JEMS Editor Emeritus A.J. Heightman held a special episode of the EMS TODAY Show with EMS legal expert Steve Wirth, Esq., EMT-P, from the EMS legal firm Page, Wolfberg and Wirth (PWW). During this special episode, A.J. and Steve discuss: -- CARES Act funding for EMS services and the terms and conditions of acceptance; -- HIPAA issues under the Pandemic and the requirement for hospitals to inform EMS agencies if a patient they transported to their facilities tested positive for COVID-19; -- Documentation issues; and -- Loosened requirements for EMS to obtain patient signatures.
Should Your Department Run Its Own Ambulances? with Joe Maruca and Steve Wirth
Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast
Has your department given any thought to operating its own ambulances? It’s happening around the country, for various reasons. There are some considerations to be checked out before a decision is made, and we have a couple of guests to explain them today. First up is Joe Maruca. He’s the Chief of the West Barnstable Fire Department, a combination fire department on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. He’s on the NVFC Board. And Joe is also a retired attorney. Next, we’ll hear from attorney Steve Wirth. He’s been a firefighter, EMT, paramedic, flight paramedic, EMS instructor, fire officer, and EMS executive. He was one of central Pennsylvania’s first paramedics.