Despite gains, CurrentCare improvements eyed

EXCHANGE OF IDEAS: Providence Center psychiatrist Ujala Fawad, above in red, sees promise in CurrentCare. Also pictured above is registered nurse Susan Hardy. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
EXCHANGE OF IDEAS: Providence Center psychiatrist Ujala Fawad, above in red, sees promise in CurrentCare. Also pictured above is registered nurse Susan Hardy. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
When someone suffers an accident, they can’t always inform the responding EMTs about medications they’re taking, or tell them about a serious condition they might have. When that happens in Rhode Island, there’s a good chance the EMTs and the emergency room staff will get that important information all the same. More than 400,000 Rhode…

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