I’m supposed to interview some Emergency Medical Service providers to discover reasons why they might feel unsafe going into people’s homes to provide care.
I’m gonna be a subversive, unmanageable employee and interview some patients about if there’s anything that makes them feel unsafe having providers enter their home to provide care, if possible.
Anybody in? If so…
#1. Tell me a story about a time when a provider entered your home to provide care and you felt unsafe/at risk.
#2. What was the hardest thing about that?
#3. Why are current procedures inadequate to respond to those risks?
#4. How did/do you deal with those risks now?
#5. Why is that not awesome?