Improving Reproductive Health in the Philippines

@inproceedings{IlocosCagayanValleyCLuzonSTagalogBicolWVisaya,
  title={Improving Reproductive Health in the Philippines},
  author={W IlocosCagayanValleyC.LuzonS.TagalogBicolW.VisayasC},
  year={2000}
}
  • W IlocosCagayanValleyC.LuzonS.TagalogBicolW.VisayasC
  • Published 2000
• EMS-based mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine are distinct from home health services. • Mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine complement home health services by working with physicians to navigate and refer patients to services they may be eligible for, such as home health services. • Best practices for mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine include establishing relationships and working closely with home health providers to determine… CONTINUE READING

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