Building a strong hospital-at-home program: Key lessons learned from 2 systems

Hospital-at-home care programs have grown exponentially in recent years, enabled by technological advances and regulatory changes. While widespread evidence points to their success in alleviating capacity issues, lowering costs and improving the patient experience, not every system has been able to realize these benefits.
This white paper shares five key lessons from Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor and Allina Health in Minneapolis, two systems that have built thriving hospital-at-home programs.
Key learning points:
  • Important actions health systems have taken to plan for and stand up a hospital at home program
  • Identify and overcome barriers related to launching a program
  • Best practices and to grow and maintain a strong program

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