Pasadena Company Aims to Slash Unnecessary and Expensive Trips By Ambulance to Hospital Emergency Rooms

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Pasadena Now
6.18.2021

Pasadena Company Aims to Slash Unnecessary and Expensive Trips By Ambulance to Hospital Emergency Rooms

 

A new startup in Pasadena is seeking to add telehealth services to emergency ambulance responses, which it says will prevent countless unnecessary and expensive trips to emergency rooms.
Eighty-five percent of people taken to emergency treatment centers by ambulance in the U.S. each year could be treated in home or clinic settings, said Tele911 co-founder and CEO Dr. Marc Eckstein.

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