Hospital at Home for Cancer Care
Current Innovations, Opportunities, and Challenges

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Hospital at Home Users Group™ Webinar
Tuesday, December 14 at 4PM ET

WASHINGTON, DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE -- NOVEMBER 30, 2021: The Hospital at Home Users Group™, in partnership with the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, American Academy of Home Care Medicine, American Hospital Association, and The John A. Hartford Foundation, is pleased to present our latest webinar for hospital and system leaders interested in learning about the opportunities and challenges associated with providing acute care in the home.

In the session, representatives of five programs from across the country focused on cancer patients will discuss their work and share their results to date.

Moderated by Susan Dentzer of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, the discussion will identify:

  • Elements in common with hospital at home programs that treat general medical conditions;
  • Special features associated with cancer care;
  • Distinct as well as common challenges faced by all cancer-focused hospital at home programs; and
  • Opportunities for growth and expansion, such as into rural areas of the country.
Speakers will include:
  • Kathi Mooney, PhD, RN, FAAN (Huntsman Cancer Institute at University of Utah)
  • Ryan Nipp, MD, MPH (Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts General Hospital)
  • Callie Scott, MSC (Abramson Cancer Center at University of Pennsylvania Health System)
  • Cardinale Smith, MD, PhD (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
  • Kerin Adelson, MD (Smilow Cancer Hospital / Yale Cancer Center)
Don't miss this unique webinar on this groundbreaking area of cancer care and hospital at home!

And thank you to those who have signed up already! Please circulate this widely with your networks and colleagues that may find this of interest.


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