We’ve already broken down the traditional walls of healthcare, and if we invest in the right tools, we can continue shifting to a more streamlined, efficient, and patient-first care model.
hospital at home
By DAWN CARTER If you’ve been working remotely for the past year, would a $30,000 raise entice you back into the office? In a recent survey of 3,000 workers at dozens of large US companies, the vast majority of respondents said they would forego the hefty raise if they could keep working in their pajamas. …
The health systems are sinking a combined $100 million into Medically Home Group, which enables clinicians to provide hospital-level care in patients’ homes. The funds are intended to scale the company’s operations and expand access to its care delivery model.
Covid-19 has highlighted the critical importance of increased communication and transparency between acute and post-acute providers, and the immediate need for more diverse acute and post-acute care options.
DispatchHealth, a startup offering at-home care, raised $200 million in funding. The Denver-based company plans to use it to expand to additional states.
Few people question whether care delivery will continue to migrate out of the hospital into new settings such as the home. The better question is, what services – specifically – will migrate to the home, and what innovations are necessary to support these migrations?
Multicare rolled out a hospital-at-home program with Denver-based startup Dispatch Health. The program will free up hospital beds and staff as Covid-19 cases surge across the U.S.