Learn how Wake County EMS cut unnecessary transfers
by 90% with community paramedicine.

Implementing On-Site Physician Care Reduces Unnecessary Transfers

If your Emergency Medical Services department is looking for additional ways to treat patients on-site without requiring unnecessary transfers, telemedicine may be a valid answer. Download this case study to learn how Wake County EMS, a North Carolina EMS department serving over 90,000 patients per year, cut transfers drastically while improving EMT morale.

You’ll Learn:

  • What led Wake County EMS to consider adopting telemedicine for their department
  • How they created a strategic plan and determined the correct solution to address their needs
  • What steps were taken to correctly implement community paramedicine quickly and easily
  • How they achieved a 90% transfer reduction rate and other accomplishments that came with the pilot
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The Case for Community Telemedicine

Telemedicine for ambulance-based triage has been in regular practice since 2015 and has helped many challenges EMS departments around the country are facing. One study found that nearly 80% of 911 calls shouldn’t be classified as an emergency. This leads to unnecessary spending from both patient and Medicare and reduces resources available for those experiencing a true emergency. You can learn more about how telemedicine can add to an existing EMS program here.

If you’d like to learn how RelyMD can be easily implemented into your EMS program, submit the form below.

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