Wednesday - July 27 - 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Every so often someone comes along and dramatically disrupts our view of how things are or how they could be. Florence Nightingale changed how we think about data in healthcare and inspired the new profession of nursing. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates made it possible for us to have computing easily integrated into our everyday lives. And the late Jack Stout forever changed how we think about the provision of EMS with a focus on patients, performance, accountability and system design. In this session, we will explore the thinking behind world-changing minds, with a focus on Jack’s impact on EMS today and how we can harness that energy to build our future.
Special note: Because Jack passed during the pandemic there wasn’t an opportunity for an in-person public celebration of his life and career. Jack had a special relationship with Pinnacle and in 2014 was given the Pinnacle Lifetime Achievement Award. His son Todd Stout, Founder of FirstWatch, would like to invite all Pinnacle attendees for a celebration of his life, immediately following the Networking Reception on Wednesday evening. More details to follow.
This session is sponsored by FirstWatch