At the start of the pandemic, Philadelphia-based Jefferson Health wanted to move more care to the home to preserve hospital beds for predicted surges and acutely ill Covid patients. Prior to the health crisis, Jefferson had started developing a Hospital-in-Home program to position itself for value-based payment changes. At the same time, the 14-hospital system was managing a growing number of people with chronic conditions who needed longitudinal care management to avoid episodic care.

Register now for the Becker’s Hospital Review webinar : The Rise of Home-Based Care: How Jefferson Health is Engaging Patients at Scale, Thursday, April 29th 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT.

Dr. Kate Behan, Jefferson’s Chief Population Health Officer, will share how the system aligned its resources and partnered with Dina to activate digital technology to manage hundreds of patients in their homes throughout the Covid health crisis. She will discuss how Jefferson continues to build its Hospital-in-Home program with existing resources and digital health technology. And she will address barriers to building hospital-at-home care models, creating alignment with value based care, and improving provider and patient/caregiver engagement. 

Creating care-at-home solutions

Today, more than 100 hospitals and 40 health systems have been approved for the CMS Acute Hospital Care at Home waiver program that allows Medicare payments for additional services provided in the home. But most hospitals are still trying to determine whether to implement care at home, how to successfully operationalize it, and how to meet all hospital conditions of participation. 

Most hospitals are trying to determine whether to implement care at home, how to successfully operationalize it, and how to meet all hospital conditions of participation. 

Adding this essential new level of care to a system’s care delivery services is even more pressing with our aging population and patient preference to age in place and receive care in the home and community. 

Register today

Join the webinar to learn more about implementing–and receiving payment for–home-based care:

  • Trends in care-at-home models: how to implement, how to receive payment, how to position your organization for value-based payment.
  • What hospitals can/can’t do with/without the CMS waiver.
  • Lessons learned from COVID-19 to engage patients at scale.
  • How to define and measure success.

Register now for the webinar: The Rise of Home-Based Care: How Jefferson Health is Engaging Patients at Scale, Thursday, April 29th 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT.

 

 

 

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