Webinar: Enhancing Mobile Integrated Community Health with Care Collaboration Technology
Esteemed fire chief and EMS lieutenant share lessons learned from community paramedicine program
Mobile integrated health and paramedicine programs enable EMS departments to better serve their communities by reducing the burden on 911 emergency response. This approach addresses gaps in care delivery while improving efficiency and outcomes.
Care collaboration technology can enhance these efforts with real-time access to medication histories and secure sharing of treatment data via text and telehealth.
Join us on July 28th from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET for an informative and engaging webinar hosted by EMS1.com for first-hand perspectives on:
- Lessons learned in starting and growing a community paramedicine program
- Best practices for care collaboration with public and private healthcare providers
- Value of care collaboration technology for informing treatment decisions at the point of care
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
Deputy Chief of EMS, NRP, Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services
Scott Wheatley has served with Fire, Rescue, and EMS departments since 1989. In addition to his current responsibilities as Assistant Chief of EMS for Queen Anne’s County, Scott also serves as an instructor at both the University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute and Chesapeake College.
Lieutenant, EMS, Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services
Zach Yerkie is an EMS Lieutenant with the Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services, where he serves as both an EMS shift supervisor and a supervisor of the departments Mobile Integrated Community Health Program. He also serves as the Chairmen of the Maryland MIH committee which reports to the Maryland State EMS Advisory Counsel. Lieutenant Yerkie holds a B.S. in Emergency Health Services from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.