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A Remote Part of Maine May Have Found a Way to Save Access to 24/7 Healthcare

Source
Bangor Daily News
Date
Jun 1, 2020
Summary
Jackman Community Health Center in rural Maine implemented a new model that recruits paramedics to work under remote direction of its doctors so they can continue to offer on-call overnight care during the coronavirus pandemic. Describes how the program could recruit more primary care providers to the area and be replicated in other rural communities.
Tagged as
Access · Clinics · Emergency department and urgent care services · Emergency medical technicians and paramedics · Emergency preparedness and response · Healthcare business and finance · Infectious diseases · Maine