Mobile integrated health: A caregiver’s testimonial

February 4, 2015 § Leave a comment

As reported in Dually Noted, Commonwealth Care Alliance, in partnership with the ambulance company EasCare, launched a mobile integrated health pilot program last fall. Deploying specially trained paramedics, the program provides in-home treatment for minor problems and injuries, as well as the management of acute issues related to chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Clinical care services are delivered during extended hours in hopes of keeping members in their homes and out of hospital emergency rooms.

In the video below, a mother and caregiver for a Commonwealth Care Alliance One Care member describes her positive experience with the program.

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