Community Paramedicine: Case Profiles of Successful Care Models

Learn about four organizations' community paramedicine programs, including details about patient eligibility criteria, referral pathways, program staffing and training, staff deployment, program impact, and funding.

Many health organizations partner with local EMS providers to provide patient-centered in-home health care services to underserved populations.

Some of these partnerships—categorized as "community paramedicine"—use "upskilled" or advanced practice paramedics to connect at-risk patients to critical resources and address existing gaps in services within the community.

This white paper takes a closer look at community paramedicine through four case study profiles of organizations that have developed successful care models.

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