The Hospital at Home care model offers many benefits to patients and providers, including reduced costs and improved patient experiences and outcomes. It also comes with a unique set of logistical challenges.

 

Executives and leaders from hospitals, clinics, in-home care services, and health systems will convene to discuss approaches to addressing these challenges and implementing this innovative care model.

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COMPLIMENTARY

APRIL 14

Registrants get the benefit of attending the “live” event as well as access to the recording for up to 90 days.

Agenda

All times are listed in Central Time Zone

Agenda subject to change

9:00 - 9:05 AM

Opening Comments from the Publisher      

Fawn Lopez, Publisher. Modern Healthcare and Vice President, Crain Communications

           

9:05 - 9:30AM

Opening Keynote: Transforming Care Delivery with Hospital at Home

Bruce Leff, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Transformative Geriatric Research, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

Hospital at Home (HaH) provides acute hospital-level care at home in lieu of traditional hospital care. Over several decades, HaH has been shown to provide better care at lower costs than traditional care. Implementation of HaH in the U.S. has grown exponentially in the wake of the CMS Acute Hospital Care at Home payment waiver. In this session, Dr. Bruce Leff will discuss the development and evidence base for HaH, the dissemination of the model into US healthcare and the potential for HaH to spark the development of a fully-baked home-based care ecosystem.

9:30 - 10:25 AM

Trends and Models of Excellence in At-Home Care

Moderator

Angie Stewart, Content Strategist, Modern Healthcare

Panelists

Tara B. Horr, MD, Outpatient Clinical Service Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Medical Director, Vanderbilt Hospital at Home

​Courtney Midanek, Managing Director, Kaufman, Hall & Associates

Cory White, Chief Commercial Officer, Stericycle

Hospital overcrowding, strict visitor policies and staffing shortages during Covid-19 have only heightened the need to establish, expand and refine care-at-home services. As health systems brace themselves for future challenges, it will be essential to keep an eye on transaction trends in the Hospital at Home arena while incorporating best practices for success. During this panel, hear experts discuss the characteristics that differentiate today’s top care-at-home models. Panelists will also share strategies for securing necessary funding, navigating market activity, leveraging technology and measuring outcomes.

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10:25 - 11:20 AM

Advancing Acute Care into the Home

Moderator

Maria Castellucci, Content Strategist, Modern Healthcare

Panelists

Maulik Majmudar, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder, Biofourmis

Stephanie Murphy, DO, Medical Director, Atrium Health Hospital at Home

Irshad Siddiqui, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief of Information Technology and Innovation, Blessing Health System

Our experienced panel discusses best practices during the consideration, selection, deployment and scaling phases of a Hospital at Home program. The recent explosion in wearables, software and service providers can make finding the right partner challenging. Learn about the latest advances in wearables, AI and personalized care models. Get insights on how your organization can impact staffing shortages, mitigate alarm fatigue and leverage machine learning to predict adverse events. And find out how healthcare leaders are improving outcomes, reducing readmissions and expanding access for acute patients and throughout the care continuum.

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11:20 - 11:45 AM

Keynote Address: The Future of Medicare

Meena Seshamani, Deputy Administrator and Director, Center for Medicare

When COVID-19 struck, CMS used its emergency waiver authority to enable services to be provided virtually, protecting Americans from COVID-19 while maintaining access. In this keynote address, Dr. Meena Seshamani, Deputy Administrator and Director of the Center for Medicare, will describe CMS’s ambitious vision to advance health equity; expand access to affordable coverage and care; drive high-quality, whole-person care; and promote affordability and sustainability of the Medicare program, and how innovative care delivery models can further those goals.

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Integrating Outpatient Rehab into your Hospital at Home Strategy

Moderator

Palak Shah, Co-Founder and Head of Clinical Services, Luna Physical Therapy

Panelists

Juan Aragon, MD, Director of Business Development, EvergreenHealth

Scott Boden, MD, Chair of Orthopaedics and Vice President of Business Innovation, Emory Healthcare

Lisa Risser, Senior Vice President of Ancillary Operations, Scripps Health

Patients will drive long distances for major procedures, but not for physical therapy. Nine times out of 10, they will choose the closest rehab option even when it means leaving their health system for treatment. By offering in-home outpatient services, health systems can increase their coverage and reduce referral leakage while ensuring their patients receive convenient and high-quality care. Learn why top health systems are prioritizing “rehab at home” in this panel discussion.

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12:45 - 1:10 PM

Closing Keynote: Northwell Health’s Journey to an Integrated At Home Continuum

Merryl Siegel, Senior Vice President and Regional Executive Director, Continuing Care, Northwell Health, Executive Director, Northwell Health At Home

Meredith Desimone, Assistant Vice President, Continuing Care, Northwell Health At Home

“Northwell Health At Home” is the only fully integrated Home Care Continuum in New York. Northwell’s Post-Acute leadership will present their journey to becoming an enterprise-wide “At Home” division of New York State’s largest integrated health system, with 22 hospitals and more than 830 outpatient locations. As home-based services have transformed from discrete margin-generating business entities to a key strategic component of the quality continuum, Northwell Health At Home supports the hospitals and its ambulatory facilities in a wide array of initiatives, including financial and quality outcomes. Northwell At Home is an integral part of the health system’s robust array of assets that allow Northwell to create innovative, flexible care models. Northwell Health At Home continuously aligns with the health system’s overall strategic goals, partnering with leadership across the continuum to create clinical programs that improve patient outcomes and achieve financial success.

1:10 - 1:15 PM

Closing Comments from the Publisher     

Fawn Lopez, Publisher, Modern Healthcare and Vice President, Crain Communications

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