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On this episode of Healthy Outcomes, our host Mark Ross interviews Steve House, a managing director in Baker Tilly’s healthcare information technology practice, about the hospital-at-home care delivery model.  

Topics of discussion include:  

  • The benefits of a hospital-at-home care delivery model 
  • How a hospital-at-home care delivery model impacts staffing, capital planning, etc. 
  • Social determinants of health (SDOH) and how a hospital-at-home care delivery model can improve health equity in the U.S. 
  • How to qualify patients for hospital-at-home care 
  • How commercial payers are viewing hospital-at-home care 
  • The core competencies that hospitals and health systems should have in place to implement and execute a hospital-at-home care delivery model successfully 

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About our guest

Steve House

Steve is a Managing Director in Baker Tilly's healthcare practice. He entered the healthcare industry as a service engineer in 1983 and has worked in sales, sales management, executive level management, and in data and analytics for a payer and provider. He has been exposed to business and clinical practice across most lines of service in healthcare within the inpatient and outpatient spaces and has worked in interoperability technologies over the past decade. He has also been a consultant in healthcare on many different projects from Medicaid to IT strategies for vendors.

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