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Coaching City's Top 911 Callers Can Trim Cost, Improve Patient Care - 04/15/2011

Coaching City's Top 911 Callers Can Trim Cost, Improve Patient Care

Release Date: April 15, 2011

Repeated unnecessary 911 calls are a common drain on the manpower and finances of emergency medical services, but a pilot program that identified Baltimore City’s top 911 callers and coupled them with a case worker has succeeded in drastically cutting the number of such calls while helping callers get proper care. 

Read the full release on Johns Hopkins Children's Center website.

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