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Force Multiplier Patient Care

Recorded October 19, 2021 | Watch Now!

What if you could keep hundreds of low-acuity patients a week from having to needlessly go to the emergency room? And what if by doing so you could reduce or eliminate the challenge of slow turn-around times, free up much-needed EMS and hospital resources, and help patients get the care they need faster, more affordably, and more efficiently?

A person wearing black gloves with simulated blood on them uses a stethoscope.

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