Specially trained paramedic Ryan Ramsdell is part of an ambitious plan in Reno, Nevada, to overhaul the 911 system to improve patient care and cut costs. The community health program is designed to help patients like Ron Balen, 77, and Earl Mayes, 68, live a healthier life with weekly checkups from paramedics for 30 days after a major surgery.
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