Many EMS system stakeholder (internal and external) have asked about a compendium of peer reviewed studies and reports on the new EMS model of Mobile Integrated Healthcare and Community Paramedicine.
AIMHI is beginning to compile as much of this information as possible for use by EMS agencies, as well as our key stakeholders.
If you would like to have your report or study listed here, or would like to have a study you find added to the compendium, email MZavadsky@medstar911.org.
CARES: A Community-Wide Collaboration Identifies Super-Utilizers and Reduces Their 9-1-1 Call, Emergency Department, and Hospital Visit Rates
Update of Evaluation of California’s Community Paramedicine Pilot Program
Northwell Health CP Study Published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society
Assessing call demand and utilization of a secondary triage emergency communication nurse system for low acuity calls transferred from an emergency dispatch system
The Distribution of 911 Triaged Call Incident Types within the Emergency Communication Nurse System
MIH Study in Journal of Patient Experience
MIH Study in Journal of Public Health Management
Evolution MIH Study in JHEOR
No Place Like Home: Advancing the Safety of Care in the Home
Community Paramedics: Health Share of Oregon Evaluation Report
PWC Report on Primary Care Dream Team – Including Community Paramedics
GOVERNING Magazine Supplement – HHS Focus Report – Smart HHS strategies for uncertain times
A MODEL FOR BETTER COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE: How the Regional EMS Authority (REMSA) in Reno, NV Achieved the Triple Aim from a Federal Health Care Innovation Award Grant
Make Your Patients Healthy and Your ED Happy with Community Paramedicine
MedStar-Vitas Hospice Case Study The Advisory Board Company