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Pioneers in practice: Case studies in telehealth and community paramedicine-Supertopic

Pioneers in practice: Case studies in telehealth and community paramedicine

Progressive EMS agencies are adapting to the changing healthcare landscape to improve operational efficiency and identify the gaps in their communities to meet patient needs. In this series, learn how agencies are connecting patients with the right resources through a series of case studies. Learn from the successful implementation and management of these programs how your agency can adapt to the challenges of today.

Inside Health 34 – UC Davis Fire’s mobile approach to non-emergent support and service navigation
An inside look at Guilford County’s award-winning program response to low-acuity and behavioral health calls
Making care more accessible, reducing hospital utilization and improving outcomes
Engaging payers, the medical director, administrators and field providers was key to MedStar’s successful telehealth implementation
“Instead of responding to the majority of 999 calls we receive every day, we want to flip that so we only go to those patients who really, really need a double staffed paramedic emergency ambulance quickly.”
If you’ve seen one community paramedicine program, then you’ve seen one program; here’s how successes from four different programs can be translated to new ones
Blending technology and human-driven care to navigate language barriers and make the scene safer
Chief David Lewis and Kyle Gaines join the podcast to discuss a successful MIH initiative getting patients to treatment counselors
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