Friday November 15th
Designing an MIH Program to Save Your Department

The best part of MIH/CEMS is that it’s developed and designed based on a specific state or county’s requirements and therefore no two programs are exactly the same. This makes them unique, and when they are built to support the gaps found in the county or city, they are operating in, incredibly successful. Come learn about different models and what will work best.

Saturday November 16th
CEMS Panel

Join Dr. Kim Litwack, Captain Michael Wright and Brian Randall as they discuss Community Paramedicine - what it means for you, your community and your staff. They will host a open Q&A at the end of the presentation.

Saturday November 16th
Using Data to Create Sustainability in Your MIH/CEMS Program

Data is one of the most important parts of a Community MIH/CEMS Program. Learn how to create Sustainability using the data you gather during your program. Understanding these and being able to deliver results to all your stakeholders will impact the long term viability of your program.

Brian Randall is a State of Wisconsin licensed Paramedic and is nationally certified by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. He has completed the Community Paramedic Program from Hennepin Technical College.


Brian partnered in the development of the ThedaCare Community Paramedic program under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant, and was the initial Community Paramedic conducting home visits helping patients facilitate changes including better management of chronic diseases. 

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