5 health systems launching hospital-at-home programs

Here are five health systems that launched "hospital-at-home" programs since June 21.

  • Lexington, Ky.-based Appalachian Regional Healthcare partnered with AI-powered remote patient monitoring company Biofourmis to provide acute-level hospital care inside patients' homes. The program will launch with 10 virtual beds that can equip about 30 patients a month.

  • Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital partnered with home health agency Visiting Nurse Association to create a new home-based healthcare program for patients. The program, dubbed TGH Home Care, provides both in-home personal care and skilled nursing services.

  • Marshfield (Wis.) Clinic Health System partnered with in-home medical care provider DispatchHealth to expand acute in-home care to parts of Wisconsin. Patients can request care through DispatchHealth, which will send an emergency care-trained medical team to the patient's home to provide treatments including on-site diagnostics. 
  • Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health partnered with in-home primary care provider Emcara Health to expand in-home care to high-risk communities in parts of California.

  • University of California Irvine Health is collaborating with in-home physical therapy service Luna to provide in-home physical therapy across Orange County, Calif.

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