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Best Practices Committee

Chairs:  Bill Shay & Tim Robbins

Contact: bestpractice@vadcoordinator.org


Mission/Vision

Our mission is to serve as a framework for MCS Coordinator-driven care that is most current, evidence based, and compliant with regulatory standards. These directives represent consensus of the MCS community that are intended for multiple, diverse programs in achieving optimal patient outcomes. Our vision is to develop best practices and clinical pearls in the care of MCS patients through interdisciplinary collaboration. We hope to serve as resource to new centers and new coordinators.


2019 Goals
  • Continuously add valuable content/documents to website
  • Engage with research committee
  • Provide MCS summary document of evidence based care
  • Launch EMS/Field Guide App


To access ICCAC Best Practices Approved Documents and other MCS references check out Documents under Membership Content or click here.


join best practice committee

Committee Chairs
Tim Robbins

If you have any questions, please contact bestpractice@vadcoordinator.org.