How can a healthcare organization achieve maximum kind of hospital-level care at home, improving outcomes, lowering costs, and improving patient care experience? Many hospitals are seeing the hospital-at-home model as a viable strategy to improve the value of in-home care as they reevaluate how and where they give treatment to patients. Now people who require inpatient care can receive it in comfort and privacy of their home rather than in a hospitalization. This form of care delivery has been found to lower costs, promote health, and increase patient outcomes.
The actionable insights in this section will help solve current difficulties in Home Health Care Planning and Innovation, with articles highlighting the how-to guides for analyzing and successfully adopting this model’s innovative approach to create evidence-driven outcomes in care. The HaH CoP will illustrate how to use Medigy to assist modern-day HDOs in identifying and recording the rapidly changing scenario, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of the emerging innovation with clinical knowledge.
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The Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland (APM) hosted the Palliative Care Congress in March 2022. PCC events attract over 500 delegates from around the world from a diverse multidisciplinary background. Recovering is a process which is going to take time, I get that, I hope this conference has helped us along the way of recovery. I am so so glad to have an in-person conference again. I know covid rates are high and this was a tough gig but I believe it has helped us all heal, repair and recover that wee bit, just by simply you all being here.
Rebounding, yes we are rebounding, we have heard we are now a core specialty, spotlighted and seen, front and centre, we have this ever increasing responsibility now. We are not hidden, but people are looking to our lead. We have heard about compassionate communities, public health, Future care planning, we are in the media, in the papers and on the radio, reassuring and increasing the understanding of dying, and the wider palliative and supportive care ethos and aims.
And we are re-inventing, we have new services, new models of care, new research and evidence shared, looking after new illnesses as medical progress means folk who otherwise wouldn’t have now lived so much longer. We are researching more, learning more than ever, we are updated in our medicine and ever humbly improving our tender conversations.
On behalf of the Conference Organising Committee and Executive, it is a pleasure to extend an invitation to join us at the 14th HITH Society Annual Scientific Meeting. The conference will be held in Tweed Heads from 16 to 18 November 2022 at the Twin Towns Convention Centre in Tweed Heads. The annual HITH Conference has become a cornerstone of the HITH Calendar and is the must attend HITH event of the year and this will be even more so given it will be our first face-to-face event since 2019. The Conference will strive to offer plenty of networking opportunities to meet and interact with colleagues from Australia, New Zealand as well as our invited speakers, sponsors and exhibitors. The HITH society wish to hold this event face-to-face for all the major benefits this offers both attendees and sponsors. We would greatly appreciate your support in ensuring the event can run to service it’s members.
Improving processes to support staff and elevate patient care through learning how to meet the needs of complex care patients transitioning from inpatient to home; identifying the journey to become a board certified compounding pharmacy; co-treatment in music and massage therapy as well as care plan for the palliative and hospice pediatric patients; successful staff onboarding and retention in homecare; complying with homecare regulations as well as cultivating resiliency and bracing on being present in the moment for your self and self care/wellness. Joint provider will be Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice.
At the conclusion of this activity, learners will be able to:
Improve Self-care and wellness for the provider themselves to provide the best patient family centered care identified by improvement through both patient and staff satisfaction surveys
Successfully managing complex care patients in their homes through interdisciplinary homecare team management identified by lower inpatient readmission rates
Assess staff education and onboarding programs which demonstrate success through long term staff retention
Identifying current homecare regulations to assist with successful prior authorization and reimbursement
Funding through CMS and many commercial payers has made establishing and providing Hospital-at-Home care delivery a strategic focus for health organizations. Yet many struggle to successfully operationalize this new level of care and prepare their teams for care delivery innovation.
Adding Hospital-at-Home is even more pressing with continued COVID-19 surges, at-risk population growth at many health organizations, an aging population, and patient preference to age in place and receive care in the home and community.
Hospital-at-home programs are gaining momentum because of the benefits for patients and health systems, including increased patient satisfaction, improved patient outcomes, better performance on value-based metrics and relieving facility capacity constraints. Research suggests 30 percent of existing admissions can be addressed by a hospital-at-home program supported by a successful home health program. A strong Home Health foundation is a key ingredient in delivering a successful hospital-at-home program. Health systems need to assemble and integrate the required ecosystem, particularly skilled and nonskilled home health. Other factors include predictive analytics, telehealth, remote monitoring and in-home diagnostics. This webinar will share how health systems can coordinate their portfolio of physicians and family members to ensure their patients receive the appropriate level of care, deliver superior quality/satisfaction and receive pertinent information across the continuum to continually maintain the best care and outcomes.
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.
WakeMed Home Health, WakeMed Physician Practices (WPP) providers and Mobile Critical Care make a great team in providing a unique response to the needs of both WakeMed and our non-COVID-19 acute care …
Join us and hear from expert on how to run a hospital at home service. Hospital at home provides intensive hospital level care for acute conditions that would normally require an acute hospital bed, in a patient’s home for a short episode through multidisciplinary healthcare teams.
The Hospital at Home Users Group is holding a webinar on March 15, "What We've Learned and What We're Learning." In this webinar, speakers from Mayo and UMass Memorial Health will reflect on the lessons learned from treating COVID patients in the past, how they are implementing these lessons into their programs, and how they are preparing for the future. The COVID-19 public health emergency has spurred an acute need for hospital at home programs. Two years after the start of the pandemic, the group continues to learn about best practices for COVID hospitals at home and hopes to share them with other healthcare leaders.
To help you recover and regain your physical independence sooner following a hospital stay, Home Instead provides short-term and ongoing transition care services to support you in your full recovery. …
Hospital at home allows for all other personal needs to be cared for, in conjunction with the specific medical attention or treatments required. During periods of recovery from a short term injury or …
One of the leading causes of hospital readmission or slow post-hospitalization recovery is the lack of proper support following a hospital discharge. Hospital to home health care involves the care of …
A doctor, nurse, and other team members care for the patient using both in-person home visits and virtual visits (phone and/or video). The team also uses technology to monitor the patient. Hospital at …
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