What will Loudoun County do with the revenue from the EMS transport reimbursement program?
The intent of the Board of Supervisors is that the program revenue will be used to enhance and support the EMS delivery system in Loudoun County. Funding would be earmarked for the purchase of ambulances and equipment for volunteer and career staffed stations, for purchasing EMS training materials and delivering EMS training classes and for supporting communications technologies needed for effective EMS service delivery.

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1. When will the billing for the EMS Transport Reimbursement Program begin?
2. Why does Loudoun County seek reimbursement for EMS services?
3. Will those who can least afford an ambulance bill bear the brunt of an EMS Reimbursement Program?
4. Will health care premiums be increased to cover ambulances fee?
5. Will citizens be reluctant to call for an ambulance if they know they will receive a bill?
6. What is the revenue sharing model for the new EMS reimbursement program?
7. Do other jurisdictions in Virginia participate in EMS transport reimbursement?
8. If 9-1-1 is called by me or on my behalf, and I refuse ambulance transport, will I be subject to reimbursement requirements?
9. What will Loudoun County do with the revenue from the EMS transport reimbursement program?
10. As a supervisor of a facility or of a group of people, am I or my organization responsible for any reimbursement if I call 9-1-1 for someone in my charge?
11. How did Loudoun County establish the fees for EMS transport reimbursement? Are the fees similar to surrounding jurisdictions?
12. Why is there an ordinance for the EMS transport reimbursement program?
13. I called 9-1-1 and was transported by ambulance to the hospital. I was then transported to another hospital by a private ambulance service. Will I be charged twice?