A (Growing) History of the Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference
Executive Summary—2010 Consensus Conference
Geographic Information Systems and Emergency Care Planning
Inter-hospital Communications and Transport: Turning One-way Funnels Into Two-way Networks
Regionalization of Emergency Care Future Directions and Research: Workforce Issues
Defining and Measuring Successful Emergency Care Networks: A Research Agenda
Categorization, Designation, and Regionalization of Emergency Care: Definitions, a Conceptual Framework, and Future Challenges
Electronic Collaboration: Using Technology to Solve Old Problems of Quality Care
Patient-centered Integrated Networks of Emergency Care: Consensus-based Recommendations and Future Research Priorities
Research Priorities for Administrative Challenges of Integrated Networks of Care
Prehospital Care and New Models of Regionalization
Keynote Address—Redefining Regionalization: Merging Systems to Create Networks
Regionalization Findings in the National Report Card of the State of Emergency Medicine
Regionalization and Emergency Care: The Institute of Medicine Reports and a Federal Government Update
Regionalized Care for Time-critical Conditions: Lessons Learned From Existing Networks
Administrative Challenges to Regionalization
Characteristics of Pediatric Trauma Transfers to a Level I Trauma Center: Implications for Developing a Regionalized Pediatric Trauma System in California
The Shortage of On-call Surgical Specialist Coverage: A National Survey of Emergency Department Directors
Matching Capacity to Demand: A Regional Dashboard Reduces Ambulance Avoidance and Improves Accessibility of Receiving Hospitals
Distribution of Emergency Departments According to Annual Visit Volume and Urban–Rural Status: Implications for Access and Staffing
A Link to Improve Stroke Patient Care: A Successful Linkage Between a Statewide Emergency Medical Services Data System and a Stroke Registry
2010 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Attendees
Important Historical Efforts at Emergency Department Categorization in the United States and Implications for Regionalization