Advancing Community Paramedicine in Kansas: Policy Options & Considerations

January 30


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Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

This event will focus on policy considerations and opportunities related to community paramedicine, which is an emerging model of care that allows and enables paramedics, EMTs and other clinicians to deliver non-emergent public health, primary and preventive services to populations in the community. These services extend beyond the roles of traditional transportation and emergency care and generally seek to increase access to care, improve patient outcomes, and avoid duplication of existing services. 

The event will feature an expert panel, including individuals with experience implementing and delivering community paramedicine services, national policy experts in the field of mobile integrated health, and Kansas policymakers.  

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