Community paramedicine programs can help to meet the care needs of certain rising- and high-risk patient populations, including frequent ED users, recently discharged patients, and those lacking primary care access or adequate insurance coverage.
Successful community paramedicine program models vary across staffing requirements, affiliations, target populations, and main services. This briefing provides key considerations for developing a community paramedicine program and includes 11 case profiles that represent a broad range of models.
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Community Paramedicine: Case Profiles of Successful Care Models