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Empowering Mobile Integrated Healthcare providers: The future of decentralized care
Please join us for a live webinar discussion with our expert panel, who will discuss the intersection of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and care in place. This webinar will explore how EMS professionals (EMT-basics, Paramedics, Nurses, and Physicians) are being integrated into a variety of care settings and what it takes to finance, operationalize, research, and educate for success in providing decentralized care. Areas of focus will include a review of mobile integrated healthcare (MIH) clinical solutions, ranging from on-demand to scheduled visits across the acuity spectrum. Our expert panel will highlight lessons learned throughout their journeys related to change management, including the relationship between the EMS Medical Director, MIH clinicians and the multi-disciplinary team tethered to the in-home clinicians.


Evan Berg, MD—Medically Home, Chief of Emergency Medicine
Peter Carlson, MBA, NRP—Medically Home, Chief of Paramedicine


Gerad Troutman, MD, FACEP, FAEMS – GMR, National Medical Director, Innovative Practices
Erin Miller – MetroWest Ambulance, Chief Business Development Officer
Michael Nolan – County of Renfrew, Chief Paramedic/Director Emergency Services
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Evan Berg
Chief of Emergency Medicine @Medically Home
Evan Berg, MD, a board-certified emergency physician, is Chief of Emergency Medicine at Medically Home. Dr. Berg is a proven leader in managing complex clinical operations and is passionate about expanding access to acute care services for vulnerable and medically complex patients. He joined Medically Home in 2020 and has subsequently designed “ED in Home”, an acute, episodic care program leveraging the Medically Home chassis to bridge the gap in access to care for complex, highly co-morbid patients experiencing exacerbations of illness. The program has successfully cared for thousands of patients in the comfort of their own homes by deploying mobile integrated health (MIH) clinicians tethered to a team of command center-based emergency physicians and triage nurses. Dr. Berg has also developed Medically Home’s MIH clinical and educational enablement platform which focuses on the bedside assessment, technical, point of care diagnostic and therapeutic skills needed to practice in a model
Pete Carlson
Chief of Paramedicine @Medically Home
Pete Carlson is an experienced paramedic turned administrator who is focused on opening doors for providers and patients, while improving access/experience beyond the walls of clinics and hospitals. With nearly two decades of Emergency Medical Services & Community Paramedicine practice, he has found his family at Medically Home as Chief of Paramedicine and continues to focus on operationalizing Mobile Integrated Health solutions that leverage a variety of mobile diagnostics, allowing for treatment in place and virtual collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of caregivers. Pete was introduced to Medically Home while employed at Mayo Clinic and has had the honor to continue collaborating with his past employer, since joining the team. He holds an MBA and bachelor’s degree in business from Saint Mary’s University of MN, resides in Minnesota with his wife and kids and enjoys spending time on their hobby farm.
Erin Miller
Chief Business Development Office @Metro West Ambulance
Erin Miller is the Chief Business Development Officer for Metro West Ambulance. Her 30+ years of experience solely in EMS business development has facilitated Metro West’s approach to a new understanding of the ever-changing healthcare field. Erin directs the new and ongoing development of business contracts for the Metro West Ambulance Family of Companies that span the Northwest. Erin oversees non-emergency services for care facilities and hospitals, including, Kaiser Permanente, Providence Healthcare Hospitals, Legacy Health, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs non-emergency ambulance and wheelchair transportation – Portland, Oregon – Vancouver, Washington and Roseburg, Oregon. She also oversees the development of other healthcare services including Mobile Integrated Health, and others.
Gerad Troutman
National Medical Director of Innovative Practices @Global Medical Response
Gerad Troutman, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAEMS is the National Medical Director of Innovative Practices for Global Medical Response. He is an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, TX and serves as a mentor to the Texas Tech Innovations Hub. He is a past president of the Texas College of Emergency Physicians and currently serves on the Governor's EMS & Trauma Advisory Council of Texas.
Michael Nolan
Director and Chief of the Paramedic Service @County of Renfrew
Michael Nolan has served Canadians through many facets of Paramedic Services. Beginning his career in 1990, as a Paramedic in Ottawa, Chief Nolan continued his studies in Toronto to become an Advanced Care and later, Critical Care Paramedic & worked in Northern Canada as a Critical Care Flight Paramedic. Chief Nolan has served as a Paramedic, Flight Paramedic, Professor, Deputy Chief of the Ottawa Paramedic Service, President of the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada, Director of Emergency Management for the City of Ottawa, co-chairs the Community Paramedic Secretariat, & is VP of the Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs of Canada. He is currently Director and Chief of the Paramedic Service for the County of Renfrew. Since working as a frontline clinician, Chief Nolan has worked tirelessly to advance & align emergency services leadership locally, nationally, & internationally through research, government relations, policy development & the creation of standards for all emergency services.