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Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) is the provision of healthcare using patient-centered, mobile resources in the out-of-hospital environment. It may include, but is not limited to, services such as providing telephone advice to 9-1-1 callers instead of resource dispatch; providing community paramedicine care, chronic disease management, preventive care or post-discharge follow-up visits; or transport or referral to a broad spectrum of appropriate care, not limited to hospital emergency departments.
(From the MIH Booklet - Vision Statement 2015)

This page will include links and articles of interest to the Pre-Hospital providers.  Much like EMS itself, this is an evolution in the care of patients.  It is not a sudden replacement for what is done currently by the EMS community. 

For current information, you can check the National Association of EMTs.  This is an excellent resource.

Link to  the National Association of EMTs (NAEMT)

Here are some current articles of interest:

Naperville Fire Department Deploys Innovative Rescue Vehicle Program

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