New technologies that can help first responders protect communities around the nation.
The military is working with a reputable start-up company in California to have medical supplies dropped from the air by a specialized drone.
The community paramedic program tackles demographic challenges by making house calls and doing remote monitoring of some of the sickest patients in the county.
Uber and Henry Schein Medical announced this week they are teaming up to give patients access to clinical medical care in non-traditional settings.
The multidisciplinary Houston Emergency Opioid Engagement System (HEROES) team addresses the opioid use disorder epidemic by transitioning patients away from active opioid use through the use of medication-assisted treatment, peer recovery coaching, behavioral counseling, peer support groups and psychoeducational sessions.
A retrospective quantitative chart review by Valley Health in New Jersey explores an association between heart failure patients treated by mobile integrated healthcare and hospital readmission rates.
A big legal concern about MIH-CP programs has been greatly reduced with the issuance of the Office of Inspector General Advisory Opinion 19-03. Steve Wirth and Matt Zavadsky provide us with their insights, legal analysis and key takeaways for EMS agencies.
How the community paramedic interacts with their patients can play a vital role in influencing their thoughts and behaviors.
What do you do when you are faced with a patient who doesn't want help, is resistant, or is ambivalent to change?