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What a Bison Goring Can Teach Us About Rural Emergency Care

Millions of Americans live in “ambulance deserts,” remote areas more than a 25-minute drive away from the nearest emergency medical services, putting them at a higher risk of mortal injuries from accidents and serious health issues. Sparse populations, low patient volumes, lower reimbursements and volunteer staffing issues contribute to this. New statewide telehealth ambulance programs launched to alleviate these concerns are under threat when pandemic relief funding dries up.

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