Community Paramedicine – Mobile Integrated Health


The CP-MIH Committee supports state EMS office efforts to explore and develop, as appropriate, the emerging role of EMS in CP-MIH.


The Committee meets the 4th Monday of the month at 3:00 PM Eastern.

Meeting schedule

The  Community Paramedicine Insights Forum (CPIF) is a project sponsored by the Joint Committee on Rural Emergency Care (of the National Association of State EMS Officials and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health) and the Center for Leadership, Innovation and Research in EMS (CLIR).  It is intended to serve as a regular meeting place, educational opportunity and discussion group for those folks trying to establish community paramedicine services or systems on a local, regional  or statewide basis.

On the third Monday of each month, a 90 minute webinar-based call will be held that features an insightful presentation and Q&A session based on experiences and lessons learned from efforts to establish a community paramedicine program somewhere in the U.S. There will also be a focused discussion on a particular “issue of the month”, and an open discussion on issues or questions that participants wish to share.

Archives of these meetings are available here under the Archives tab.

The March 2019 call, which included interim results (from 40 states) of the state EMS office survey and a discussion among three new state CP Coordinators in Georgia, Montana, and Alaska, is also available here.

Thanks to the Ramsey Social Justice Foundation Which Supports the
Notion That Emergency Medical Services and Healthcare
Are Rights For All People




Jim DeTienne, Supervisor
EMS & Trauma System Section
Montana Dept. of Public Health & Human Services

For More Information

Kevin McGinnis, MPS, Paramedic Chief (Ret)
NASEMSO Program Manager