Webinar: Health systems share best practices for engaging patients in care-at-home

Care-at-home is a growing expectation among patients and clinicians. But even with the tech-enablement of 24/7 monitoring, remote care requires high patient engagement to ensure adherence and quality outcomes.


Leaders at HealthPartners, Massachusetts General Hospital, MetroHealth System and Novant Health share the strategies they have implemented to successfully engage patients in their robust care at home programs. They will also outline how their programs drive interest and adoption by their clinicians.


Key takeaways from the webinar:

  • How care-at-home is increasing patient access, satisfaction, compliance, and engagement
  • How remote care-at-home can support reduced length of stay
  • Improving outcomes for high-risk patients using tech-enabled remote patient monitoring


Featured Speakers

Prashant Vaishnava, MD
Senior Medical Director, Cardiovascular Care, Biofourmis;
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons;
Attending Physician,
New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University Irving Medical Center


Chrisanne Timpe
Medical Director, Hospital@Home

Chrisanne is a hospitalist, medical director of a community-based geriatric practice, medical director of the HealthPartners Hospital@Homeprogram, and a provider of on-site care in skilled nursing facilities and private homes. Her professional goals are built on the recognition that transitions of health are challenging, and a desire to better support patients as they navigate acute care both in and out of the hospital, as well as the ongoing burden of complex medical care in the community.


Jared Conley, MD
Director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab
Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Jared Conley is an emergency physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He serves as the Associate Director of the MGH Healthcare Transformation Lab, where he leads a team of clinicians and engineers to enhance the quality and affordability of acute healthcare through technology and innovation. He additionally serves on the leadership team for MGH’s Home Hospital program. His work explores the relationship between acute health needs and the optimal setting and provision of care — and the enabling opportunity for digital health to improve the quality, safety, and cost of care.


Michael Dalton
Vice President, Virtual Care Enterprise
The MetroHealth System

Michael Dalton is responsible for designing, coordinating and implementing The MetroHealth System’s strategy of virtual and in-home healthcare services. This role is essential to advancing MetroHealth’s care delivery footprint, consistent with its broader system goals of empowering patients to receive care how, when and where is most convenient for them. He helped launch MetroHealth’s Hospital in The Home program amidst the COVID pandemic and has now launched numerous other virtual care initiatives at MetroHealth.

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