Episode 07: BDSM, Research, and MIH – Molldrem & Straubhaar

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a5dkr-fae36e

First episode for 2021 and a great conversation with a couple of guys helping pioneer MIH in Wisconsin. Their focus on education, building on existing lessons learned from other programs, and integrated data collection are all excellent takeaways for those of you getting started.

Coming soon! (2021 edition)

There’s a ton of great work going on out there across the country and we’ve got two new episodes recorded and being edited to share soon. if you’ve got a great #CommunityParamedic story to tell I’d love to hear from you – and so would your colleagues across the country and around the world.

Also coming soon: virtual grand rounds, case reports from CPs on the ground. These are the snapshots we all want to hear about the patients and solutions that #MIHCP is all about

Episode 06: Critical Partnerships, Victoria Reinhartz and MIH Pharmacists

Still getting caught up and great news this week as vaccines roll out. In all of this, possibly THE most important addition to the MIH team has been the pharmacist. Victoria Reinhartz, PharmD, CPh has been involved with a very progressive program since 2015 and the impact has been huge. #MIHCP #CommunityParamedicine #adherence #SDoH #socialdeterminantsofhealth #pharmacy
https://podcast.integrated-cp.com/e/episode-06-critical-partnerships-victoria-reinhartz-and-mih-pharmacists/

Episode 06: Critical Partnerships, Victoria Reinhartz and MIH Pharmacists

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-36n9j-f538fa

Still getting caught up and great news this week as vaccines roll out. In all of this, possibly THE most important addition to the MIH team has been the pharmacist. Victoria Reinhartz, PharmD has been involved with a very progressive program since 2015 and the impact has been huge.

Episode 05: Amy Jarosek – Williamson County, TX and program maturity

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-sktn7-f37fd5

Apologies for the delay, 2020 is taking a toll on all of us.  This one was worth the wait! Value based health strategies have a habit of sounding like corporate boardroom chess, pretty far from reality for municipal public safety agencies… at first glance. Williamson County, Texas is a standout example of how a Community Paramedic program within a 3rd service model EMS agency can (and has) leveraged relationships and data to move beyond grant funded start-up into sustainable and growing. 

Episode 05: Amy Jarosek, Williamson County, TX and Program Maturity

Apologies for the delay, 2020 is taking a toll on all of us.  This one was worth the wait! Value based health strategies have a habit of sounding like corporate boardroom chess, pretty far from reality for municipal public safety agencies… at first glance. Williamson County, Texas is a standout example of how a Community Paramedic program within a 3rd service model EMS agency can (and has) leveraged relationships and data to move beyond grant funded start-up into sustainable and growing. 

https://podcast.integrated-cp.com/e/episode-05-amy-jarosek-williamson-county-tx-and-program-maturity/

Episode 04: Hospice, MIH, and value

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-mxpq7-ef3a5f

Getting caught up, I had the chance to talk with Ari Breslauer recently about a very successful partnership between a hospice agency and a start-up MIH program. Some really great takeaways about defining and articulating value in ways that help answer everyone’s concerns from the patients to the clinicians to the payers

Episode 03: Raiders of the Lost (to follow up) Patient

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fj5kd-e5a8ee

James Mason is one of those folks who has seen, done, and touched a whole bunch of different things, done them well, and then figured out how to integrate the pieces into something even bigger. In October 2017 as a QIN/QIO consultant he led a CMS Special Innovation Project (SIP) for “Community Paramedicine, or simply “CP in WV”. and ever since has been involved in some capacity.
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