Week one - questions related to the fiscal impact to your EMS agency

The emergency declaration has far reaching implications and EMS is already struggling financially.  We will be collecting data each week and forwarding onto the Governor's office, legislators and other state agencies on the need to look at and protect emergency medical services and their ability to continue to provide services.

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* 1. Lost income from actual decrease in 911 volume, if any

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* 2. Lost revenue from actual decrease in non-emergency transportation volumes

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* 3. Increase in payroll due to overtime

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* 4. Increase in payroll due to replacing infected or quarantined staff

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* 5. Increase in any expendable supply costs

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* 6. Lost revenue due to more patients keeping reimbursements sent directly to them

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* 7. Lost revenue due to more patients unable to pay copayments

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* 8. Increase in "time on task" for disinfecting the ambulance, etc.

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