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HaH User Group’s Virtual Annual Meeting Announced

Join us October 22

RECONNECT, RE-ENGAGE, RECHARGE

Join us for the HaH Users Group Virtual Annual Meeting, an opportunity for active HaH programs to interact with leaders in the field and attendees from other successful HaH programs.

Program highlights include educational offerings such as HaH in the COVID era, a State of the State of HaH address, a virtual poster session, and other interactive exercises designed to help you advance and build momentum around your HaH program.

The meeting will run via Zoom from 11 AM-5 PM (ET) on October 22, 2020. HaH Users Group members will receive registration information via e-mail in July, including instructions for submitting a poster.

For more specific information about the meeting, please see the HaH Users Group Basecamp site.

As an additional benefit, the Users Group will cover the cost of registration for the October 23-24 AAHCM meeting for up to three members of each Users Group site. You will receive a special registration code when you sign up for the Users Group Annual Meeting.

Please note: There is no fee to attend the HaH Users Group Annual Meeting, but you must be an active member of the HaH Users Group.

A VIRTUAL OPPORTUNITY TO GET REAL ABOUT HOSPITAL AT HOME

For those who are not yet members of the Users Group, but who wish to learn more about Hospital at Home, including those who are contemplating starting up a HaH program, please join the afternoon session of the Virtual Annual Meeting from 3PM – 5PM (ET) on October 22, 2020.

In addition to hearing presentations from leaders in the field, there will be high-impact, interactive discussions with burgeoning and successful HaH programs.  This digital gathering is an intensive opportunity to engage HaH program leaders and get practical knowledge about what it takes to develop, run and grow a vibrant HaH program.

Non-Users Group members should email your interest in attending to: info@hahusersgroup.org

For those interested in registering for the AAHCM Annual meeting, please click here.

After Saving $6,200 Per Patient, DispatchHealth Looks to Scale Hospital-at-Home Model

Home Health Care News, October 14, 2020

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Interest in hospital-at-home programs explodes during COVID-19

AAMC, September 29, 2020

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The $1 trillion quest to bring hospital care to your home

Fast Company, September 8, 2020

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Pandemic pushes expansion of ‘hospital-at-home’ treatment

Associated Press, August 20, 2020

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GoPros, plastic sheeting, and colored tape: How one of America’s oldest hospitals adapted to COVID-19

Fast Company, August 20, 2020

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Mayo Clinic to launch national hospital-at-home model

Modern Health Care, June 25, 2020

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Home Sweet Hospital

Trade Offs podcast featuring Bruce Leff, MD et al. May 28, 2020

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Save the Date for the 2021 World Hospital At Home Conference

Join us in Vienna, Austria — April 19-21, 2021.

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‘Hospital at home’ to shield the vulnerable

BBC, May 7, 2020

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Better Training, Reimbursement Needed to Sustain Growing Demand for Home-Based Care Amid COVID-19

Home Health Care News, May 6, 2020

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‘Hospital at Home’ for COVID-19 Care

Medscape, April 29, 2020

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Why we should expand hospital-at-home during the COVID-19 pandemic

World Economic Forum Blog, April 23, 2020

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Op-Ed: Instead of building more hospitals, turn bedrooms into hospital rooms, Los Angeles Times

April 20, 2020

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Resources

Web site of Hospital at Home at Johns Hopkins University

Includes description of the Hopkins model, as well as several helpful tools including a readiness assessment, business model spreadsheet, and the ability to contact Hopkins HaH leadership for a whole suite of tools and training.

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Inside Mount Sinai’s Hospital-at-Home Program

This May 2019 Harvard Business Review article describes Mount Sinai at Home and the challenges and benefits of the program and its implementation.

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