Another COVID-19 Effect: Hospital-At-Home Care Is Starting to Pick Up

Another COVID-19 Effect: Hospital-At-Home Care Is Starting to Pick Up

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Eighty-year-old Susan Sarchet has been admitted to the hospital for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease more times than she can remember. The last couple of her COPD hospitalizations — once in November 2019 and most recently in October — were radically different.

Instead of being admitted to a traditional hospital, the Denver resident stayed right in her own home.

“Hospital at home” is gaining traction as COVID-19 hospitalizations rise. The idea is to allow those who might normally be admitted to a traditional hospital to instead receive the same care at home. More recently, that’s included some people who have severe side effects from COVID-19 but don’t need more advanced intensive care. 

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