New community paramedicine law signed in Maine
Maine Emergency Medical Services Board will be reviewing proposals for pilot sites and where they will be approved
By Jen Lynds
Bangor Daily News
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — An Aroostook County legislator has successfully shepherded a bill through the Legislature that he believes will reduce MaineCare costs, cut down on expensive emergency room visits and better assist those who receive care at home.
State Rep. Mike Willette, R-Presque Isle, sponsored LD 1837, An Act To Authorize the Establishment of Pilot Projects for Community Paramedicine.
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