How to successfully design and implement a hospital-at-home model of care

Innovation, technology and strategies to lower costs and improve outcomes 

Hospital-at-home is an innovative care delivery model that enables patients to receive hospital-level care in the confines of their own home. With some hospital-at-home care delivery models proven to effectively cut the cost of care by 30% or more while simultaneously improving patient outcomes and expanding bed availability, we are seeing a greater acceptance of public and industry support for adoption.  

Join Baker Tilly for an informative webinar where our team will discuss hospital-at-home care delivery models and what factors are influencing the increased adoption of these programs. After establishing some background, we will dive into the role of data, analytics and IT in supporting the model, including a review of essential but nontraditional data collection processes to ensure proper outcomes and adherence to the Quadruple Aim approach of optimizing the performance of healthcare systems. 

Who should attend 
  • C-Suite professionals as well as VPs and directors of operations, finance and IT at healthcare provider organizations 
  • David Gregory, MPA, FACHE, Principal  
  • Steve House, Managing Director 
 Learning objectives 
  • Discuss how to calculate the value of such a program and its projected impact on operations, staffing and financial performance 
  • Describe the early outcomes of hospital-at-home care delivery models and what contributing factors are transforming adoption within the U.S.   
  • Explain why hospital-at-home programs are necessary for select patient populations   
  • List the steps needed to successfully implement a hospital-at-home model of care, specifically the data/analytics components   
  • Recognize the roles within health systems that matter in the development and implementation of hospital-at-home  
  • Outline what technology gaps currently exist that must be filled in order to implement hospital-at-home services 
Information about CPE eligibility 

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.  

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event. 
Level: Basic 
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit 
Field of study: Information Technology (IT) 

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