Angie Hadlock, part of the Community Paramedicine program, visits patients in their homes, helps them with prescriptions, answers questions, and connects them with resources.The program, run through the Manatee County Public Safety Department, says it diverted more than $45,000 in health care costs during its first 90 days.
Angie Hadlock, part of the Community Paramedicine program, visits patients in their homes, helps them with prescriptions, answers questions, and connects them with resources.The program, run through the Manatee County Public Safety Department, says it diverted more than $45,000 in health care costs during its first 90 days. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com
Angie Hadlock, part of the Community Paramedicine program, visits patients in their homes, helps them with prescriptions, answers questions, and connects them with resources.The program, run through the Manatee County Public Safety Department, says it diverted more than $45,000 in health care costs during its first 90 days. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com

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January 11, 2017 2:12 PM

Manatee County’s new community paramedicine program proving to be a winner

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