EMS utilization predictors in a Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) program

The provision of unnecessary Emergency Medical Services care remains a challenge throughout the US and contributes to Emergency Department overcrowding, delayed services and lower quality of care. New EMS models of care have shown promise in improving access to health services for patients who do no...

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Volume: 21
Main Author: Pinet-Peralta, Luis M
Glos, Lukas J
Sanna, Evan
Frankel, Brian
Lindqvist, Ernest
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: England BMC 04.02.2021
BioMed Central Ltd
published in: BMC medical informatics and decision making Vol. 21; no. 1; p. 40
ORCID: 0000-0002-3583-5185
0000-0002-5957-7029
0000-0003-2584-4122
0000-0002-4864-3705
0000-0003-0415-064X
Data of publication: 2021-02-04
ISSN: 1472-6947
1472-6947
EISSN: 1472-6947
Discipline: Medicine
Statistics
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