Baltimore Helping Baltimore: The City's Novel Approach to MIH-CP-David Marcozzi
Is your community considering an MIH-CP program, but not certain if it's worthwhile? This session will show how the City of Baltimore's (Md.) new MIH-CP program is bringing value to its citizens and how you can do the same for yours. The program's deputy medical director will explain how this innovative, community-based initiative will support patient health through a comprehensive, free, multidisciplinary care model to also decrease ED visits and hospital readmissions. Attendees will learn how to establish their own MIH-CP program, how to ensure continuous quality assurance and improvement, and what value a unified electronic health record can bring to local hospitals and EMS agencies.
1. Better understand a novel public-private, multidisciplinary MIH-CP program that is operations in Baltimore
2. Describe the robust program evaluation being conducted to ensure continuous quality assurance and performance improvement
3. List the actions needed to establish a interdisciplinary and modular MIH-CP program in jurisdictions of interest
4. Understand the value of a unified electronic health record with the local hospital for MIH-CP
Expanding Paramedic Scope of Practice in the Community: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Blair L. Bigham , MSc, ACPf, Sioban M. Kennedy , MA, ACP, Ian Drennan , BSc, PCP & Laurie J. Morrison , MD, MSc. Prehospital Emergency Care. Volume 17, 2013 - Issue 3, Pages 361-372 | Received 17 Sep 2012, Accepted 22 Mar 2013, Published online: 04 Jun 2013
- Cost $7.50