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About Us

We are experienced public safety and health professionals with uniquely relevant training and experience.

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Michael S. Gerber, MPH, NRP

Michael Gerber has been involved in EMS since 2001, when he joined the volunteer fire service while working as a journalist on Capitol Hill. In 2006, he joined the career fire service and previously worked as an EMS supervisor for the Alexandria (Va.) Fire Department. Michael has experience as an EMS educator, quality management coordinator, and operational officer, and has presented classes and original research at EMS conferences. He earned a BA from Yale University in the History of Science and Medicine and a Masters in Public Health from the George Washington University.

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Mario J. Weber, JD, MPA, NRP

Mario Weber serves as an at-large EMS officer with the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad in Montgomery County (Md.). He previously worked as a field training officer for the Alexandria (Va.) Fire Department, where he focused on quality management, advanced training, and evidence-based protocol development. Mario currently reviews quality assurance cases for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service. Prior to joining the Alexandria Fire Department, Mario worked as an attorney in Washington, DC. He earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School and a Masters in Public Administration from American University.

How We Think

M10 Solutions is passionate about the professional evolution of EMS. Read more about our thinking.

Policy and How to Change It

Advocates for EMS in the context of mobile integrated healthcare should have a basic understanding of policies, policy process, and policy change. This article outlines the role of policies in emergency medical services, opportunities for EMS advocates to influence the policy process, and the importance of identifying and taking advantage of opportunities for policy change.

Can less ALS mean better BLS?

The consequences of a system having too many paramedics are not quite known. Are patients better off if the paramedic treating them sees only one critical patient each year, or if that system’s BLS providers are no longer proficient in actively assessing patients and providing appropriate treatment?

Why Research is Important in EMS

If EMS is to continue its professional evolution and become a respected member of the healthcare community, it is critical that prehospital clinical decisions be made on the basis of good research.

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