Hospital at Home: Learnings from Early Adopters

Thursday, November 3rd, 2022 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Aided by the rapid adoption of virtual care technologies during the pandemic, health systems across the country have begun piloting Hospital at Home programs to learn how they can care for more patients outside the four walls of the hospital. Given the variety of programs and strategies being tested, it is important that healthcare leaders share learnings and best practices across organizations.

In this panel discussion, Hospital at Home innovators at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, UMass Memorial Health, and Yale New Haven Health share tools, best practices and strategies for building and maintaining successful programs. They’ll also share unique perspectives and insights on the role of Hospital at Home in improving health equity and access to care.

Key Learning Points:
  • Identify opportunities and challenges faced in developing and maintaining a successful Hospital at Home Program.
  • Understand the role of Hospital at Home related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Hear thought leadership discussions about the future of Hospital at Home programs in an evolving healthcare landscape.

    Sponsored by Doximity


Eric  - Jason Grady

Eric Alper, MD SVP

Chief Quality Officer / Chief Clinical Informatics Officer

UMass Memorial Health Care

Olukemi  - Jason Grady

Olukemi T. Akande, MD, MPH

Physician Executive Director, Post Acute Care - Home Hospital Medical Director

Yale New Haven Health

Luke  - Jason Grady

Luke Neill, MD

Medical Director, Hospital at Home Program

Northwestern Medicine


Amit - Jason Grady

Amit Phull, MD

SVP of Strategy and Medical Director