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Raphael M. Barishansky, MPH, MS, CPM

Raphael M. Barishansky, MPH, MS, CPM, is a solutions-driven consultant working with EMS agencies, emergency management and public health organizations on complex issues including leadership development, strategic planning, policy implementation and regulatory compliance. He previously served as director of the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) at the Connecticut Department of Public Health (2012–15), as well as chief of public health emergency preparedness at the Prince George’s County (MD) Health Department (2008–12). A frequent contributor to and editorial advisory board member for EMS World, he can be reached at rbarishansky@gmail.com.

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Ray Barishansky is a featured speaker at EMS World Expo, October 3–7, in New Orleans, LA. Register today at EMSWorldExpo.com. One of the more interesting leadership articles I have read in a…
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