The Operations Management Section (OMS-AAEM) is constituted to promote, mentor, educate on and advocate for issues that impact emergency physicians serving in administrative and operational roles. While it is an obvious choice for current administrative fellows, medical directors of all levels and vice-chairs and chairs focusing on operational topics, it is also meant to serve as a forum for mentorship and education for students, residents, and physicians aspiring to such roles. Indeed, all emergency medicine practitioners passionate about healthcare operations and management, leadership and quality/patient safety are welcome to join and participate. The section will work closely with the AAEM Resident and Student Association (AAEM/RSA) to provide mentorship to medical students and residents who are interested in emergency medicine administration and operations.
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The council of the OMS-AAEM will continue to serve any function of the prior Operations Management Committee (OMC) in advising the AAEM President and Board of Directors on issues related to ED Operations.
As a section of the Academy, activities of the Section will be in accordance with the standards established by the Academy. The purpose and mission statement of the Academy also extend to the Operations Management Section of AAEM (OMS-AAEM).Bylaws
Anthony R. Rosania III, MD FAAEM
Algis J. Baliunas, MD FAAEM
Bruce M. Lo, MD MBA RDMS FAAEM
You must be a current AAEM or AAEM/RSA member to join a section.
Inaugural dues for the Operations Management Section will be free!
- Full Voting (Free)
- Associate (Free)
- Fellow-in-Training (Free)
- International (Free)
- Resident (Free)
- Medical Student (Free)
Section memberships run on a calendar year and must be renewed annually.
The ED Operations Certificate Course (EDOCC) is not about the latest fad in patient flow or cookie cutter solutions. It is about understanding the fundamental concepts and principles that are germane to EM systems of care, and applying that understanding to develop focused and sustainable solutions in your own ED.Learn More
- Avoiding Emergency Department Admissions: The Why and How by Tom Scaletta, MD MAAEM, Akiva Dym, MD FAAEM and Anthony Rosania, MD MHA FAAEM, March/April 2023
- Radiology Intervention: Improving Throughput For Imaging Studies in the Emergency Department by Akiva Dym, MD FAAEM and Anthony Rosania, MD MHA FAAEM, January/February 2023
- Addressing Psychiatric Boarding within the Emergency Department by Aislinn D. Black, DO MPH FACEP, Brian Kenny, DO MA, and Akiva Dym, MD FAAEM, November/December 2022
- Pediatric Emergency Department Operations: Are We Pediatric Ready? by Virteeka Sinha, MD, Akiva Dym, MD, Anthony Rosania, MD MHA FAAEM, September/October 2022
- This Meeting Could Have Been an E-mail: How to Succeed in Managing Your Project by Erin Muckey, MD MBA, Akiva Dym, MD, and Anthony Rosania, MD MHA, July/August 2022
- Fellowships in ED Administration: Suggestions for a Standardized, Domain Based Curriculum by Erin Muckey, MD MBA, Akiva Dym, MD, Kraftin Schreyer, MD MBA FAAEM, and Anthony Rosania, MD MHA FAAEM, May/June 2022
- Observation Medicine – It’s Common Sense by Anthony R. Rosania, MD MHA FAAEM and Akiva Dym, MD, March/April 2022
- Where Have All the Nurses Gone? An exploration of the nursing shortage and proposed solutions by Akiva Dym, MD, Kraftin Schreyer, MD FAAEM, Anthony Rosania, MD FAAEM, January/February 2022
- Geriatric Patient Experience in the Emergency Department by Samita M. Heslin, MD MBA MPH MA and Eric J Morley, MD MHA MS, November/December 2021
- Why You Should Do a Fellowship in Administration, July/August 2021
- Ops Series: Lean Six Sigma, May/June 2021
- Ops Series: Lean Six Sigma, March/April 2021
- The Role of Ridesharing in Emergency Medicine, January/February 2021
There are no upcoming events.