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Ambulatory

Town Hall meetings decide which emergency response service is available to their citizens.

In America, there are several ways cities organize ambulatory services.

The biggest decisions lawmakers face with this issue is deciding if private companies will finance ambulance services or if the government will.

The city decides if we will pay for ambulatory services via tax dollars (and how) or if the program will be fee-based.

If a city wants to outsource ambulatory responsibilities, they may opt for a private company, or try to get a local hospital or medical center to provide ambulance services for the city. 

As an ambulatory company, it’s essential to know when states and cities are in the decision-making process. 

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