The Permanente Federation executive vice president shares 4 factors motivating health care organizations to advocate for ongoing delivery of advanced care at home.
Northwest Permanente’s chief operating officer discusses the need to maintain momentum for developing high-quality, hospital-at-home care programs beyond the current public health emergency.
The Northwest Permanente chief operating officer shares how hospital-at-home programs work and their potential to change the future of health care in a recent Permanente Live webinar with industry experts.
The Permanente Federation executive vice president discusses the recently proposed Hospital Inpatient Services Modernization Act and what it means for the continued provision of acute care at home beyond the pandemic.
In this webinar, we look at the evolution of advanced care at home programs and their potential to change the future of health care.
The associate executive director for The Permanente Medical Group discussed the role hospital-at-home care delivery is playing in increasing patient satisfaction and quality outcomes with HealthTech Magazine.
Physician experts from leading health care organizations discuss the emergence of advanced care at home programs.
The executive vice president of The Permanente Federation writes that remote care tools have made it possible to bring hospital-level care into patients’ homes, but regulatory waivers are needed to continue after the COVID-19 public health emergency ends.
The Permanente Federation executive vice president tells MHealthIntelligence that up to a third of patients currently in brick-and-mortar hospitals could be cared for at home.
The Permanente Federation executive vice president tells Connected Health Virtual Summit that Kaiser Permanente’s hospital-care-at-home program is popular with patients and physicians.