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June 5-7, 2024 |  Boston, MA.

3rd Edition Hospital @ Home Leadership Summit

June 5-7, 2024 |  Boston, MA.

Accelerate the Impact of Hospital at Home Nationwide

Where healthcare leaders convene to take their hospital-at-home strategies to the next level

Join us in Boston to continue this new era of care delivery!

Unlock the Future of Healthcare: Join the premier conference shaping hospital-at-home innovations for growth and long-term strategy.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

1
Gain strategies for scaling your programs
2
Share success stories and solve common challenges through working groups
3
Network with leaders managing successful hospital-at-home programs
4
Engage with payers to establish a diversity of partners
5
Navigate the future policy & regulatory landscape

Agenda

June 5, 2024
12:00 - 4:30 pm
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Optional Pre-Conference Workshop 1A: Hospital at Home is Just the Beginning: How to Leverage Your H@H Capabilities to Advance Robust C@H Solutions and Improve Hospital Operations

RYAN BERTRAM, Partner and Leader, Clinical Technology Innovation, Chartis MARK KRIVOPAL, MD, MBA, Senior Partner and Leader, Financial Performance Improvement, Chartis

The core capabilities required to support the H@H clinical operating model serve as a powerful catalyst for broader healthcare transformation. Providing acute-level care to patients in their homes necessitates orchestration of a variety of clinical and ancillary services, logistics management and last-mile delivery, technology-enabled remote patient monitoring, multi-channel communications, and robust command center capabilities, among others. These same capabilities are extensible to a variety of other use cases across the care continuum—not only for geographically-distributed and in-home care models, but also to help address today’s most pressing in-facility operational challenges through a seamlessly integrated clinical command center. Join us to explore the myriad of innovative opportunities that can leverage a foundational H@H platform, including the discrete patient populations they serve, their associated value potential, and success requirements.

3:00 - 4:30 pm
Optional Pre-Conference Workshop 2A: Unlocking Success: Orlando Health's Journey with Hospital at Home

WENDY COOPER, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC, Nursing Operations Manager, Orlando Health Hospital Care at Home and TAHIR HAQUE, MD, Senior Medical Director, Biofourmis

Join Orlando Health and Biofourmis as they discuss Orlando Health’s Hospital at Home program. Learn more about implementing, scaling, and sustaining a successful acute care at home program.

This session offers an interactive discussion covering best practices and challenges of starting and growing a program. Attendees will gain real-world insights, join group discussion, and have the chance to ask questions to drive growth in their own organizations.

June 6, 2024
8:15 - 8:55 am
Building an Evidence Base for Medicare Policymakers

DAVID GRABOWSKI, PhD, Professor of Health Care Policy, Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School

Hospital at Home has shown initial positive results, but federal policymakers have worried it will “break the bank” if covered broadly by Medicare. This session will review the current evidence around Hospital at Home in the context of Medicare policy. It will then to turn to how Medicare could cover Hospital at Home in terms of benefit design and payment. Finally, the session will conclude with a discussion of what potential evidence is needed to influence Medicare coverage decisions.

8:55 - 9:35 am
Lessons from Thirty Years of Hospital at Home in Australia

MICHAEL MONTALTO, Director, Hospital in the Home, Epworth Health Care, Melbourne, Australia and International Hospital in the Home Fellow, Ariadne Labs

Australia holds the longest experience in the establishment and delivery of Hospital at Home in the Anglophone world. Within this experience there may be lessons for the development of HaH in similar health systems starting the HaH involvement. This session will explore the progress of Hospital in the Home since its inception in Australia in 1994, based on both research and personal experience. It will describe the major points of policy and practice inflection over that time, and their possible implications including a description of the current scale of the HaH service intervention in Australia. The controversies and unanswered questions will also be raised for discussion.

10:05 - 10:45 am
Fireside Chat: From Implementation to Scale: Growing Your Hospital at Home Program and Increasing Your Patient Impact

DAVID LEVINE, MD, MPH, MA, Clinical Director for Research & Development, Healthcare at Home, Mass General Brigham and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; COLLEEN HOLE, BSN, MHA, FACHE, Vice President, Clinical Integration and Chief Nurse Executive, Atrium Health Medical Group and HEATHER O’SULLIVAN, MS, RN, AGNP, President, Healthcare at Home, Mass General Brigham

This fireside chat will explore the complexities of scaling hospital-at-home programs. Attendees will hear from industry experts as they candidly discuss the challenges and uncover the tangible opportunities for expansion nationwide. Gain insights into navigating regulatory landscapes, aligning payor models, and leveraging innovative technologies to drive growth. An essential session for health system leaders, hospital at-home program directors, regulators, and innovative solution providers committed to revolutionizing patient-centric care delivery. Attendees will gain transformative insights to amplify their program’s impact and lead the charge in being at the forefront of innovation across the healthcare landscape.

• Identify key considerations for scaling hospital-at-home programs nationwide
• Explore innovative strategies and technologies to enhance operational efficiency and patient experience in hospital-at-home models
• Develop a comprehensive roadmap for expanding hospital-at-home services and impact within your health system

10:45 - 11:20 am
The Change Management Roadmap: Leading Teams to Reach Organizational Sustainability in Hospital at Home Care Models

CORINNE GAMBACURTA, MHA, Program Manager, Care at Home Program, Medical Operations, Cleveland Clinic and RICHARD ROTHMAN, MD, Vice-Chief, Integrated Hospital Care Institute and Chief, Medical Operations, Cleveland Clinic Florida

The evolution of hospital at home (HAH) has created opportunities for healthcare systems to find synergies between the traditional brick and mortar hospital, community clinical ecosystem, and home-based care alternatives. However, senior leaders will experience challenges managing the change necessary to achieve these synergies. In this session, the presenters will explore the development of Cleveland Clinic’s HAH program. They have developed a change management roadmap for leading teams to achieve sustainability within a HAH. They believe this roadmap can be a valuable resource for senior leadership teams on their journey to growth and program sustainability.

Track A - What's On State Regulators' Minds About Hospital at Home: The View from Florida and New York

MARK HENNESSEY, Center Director, Center for Health Care Provider Services and Oversight, OPCHSM, New York State Department of Health; KIMBERLY SMOAK, MSH, QIDP, Deputy Secretary, Division of Health Care Policy and Oversight State Survey Agency Director, Agency for Health Care Administration, State of Florida and LISA TRIPP, JD, Partner, Tripp Hollander Advisors

This session will explore the critical regulatory and policy landscape shaping the future of hospital-at-home programs. Attendees will gain insights from industry experts into the status of Medicaid coverage of Hospital at Home, the development of survey protocols for Hospital at Home by state, federal and accrediting organizations, adoption of Hospital at Home by Children’s Hospitals. The presenters will also discuss strategies for addressing the needs of rural communities and aligning stakeholders to drive sustainable hospital-at-home adoption. Attendees will arm themselves with the knowledge needed to overcome regulatory hurdles and position their hospital-at-home programs for long-term success.
• Uncover the critical regulatory and policy factors driving the future of hospital-at-home programs
• Learn about the regulatory issues related to new patient populations such as pediatric programs
• Gain insights into Medicaid adoption of Hospital at Home, accreditation processes, and survey protocols
• Address the unique needs of rural communities in various states
• Explore overcoming regulatory hurdles for long-term success

Track B - The Hospital at Home Tech Council: A Focus on Current and Emerging Technologies to Scale the Model

JARED CONLEY, MD, PhD, MPH, Associate Director, Healthcare Transformation Lab, MGH and Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School and DAVID LEVINE, MD, MPH, MA, Clinical Director for Research & Development, Healthcare at Home, Mass General Brigham and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

This session will explore the work being done by the HaH Tech Council (and affiliates) to investigate the opportunities and gaps that exist with current/emerging technologies for HaH. We’ll focus on technologies for patient monitoring, patient identification, virtual visits, and care team coordination, including work being done to optimize them and expand HaH to additional patient populations.

Track C - Working Group Discussion: Medication Management in Home: Challenges and Solutions

Facilitator: PAUL ARPINO, Chief Pharmacy Officer, Beth Israel Lahey Health

This working group will explore the complex issues around pharmacy and hospital at home, including: home medications, opiates, limited formulary, symptomatic management, documentation and supervision, and transition to discharge. Participants will have the opportunity to share experiences, address common issues, and find solutions among industry peers.
*limited to 20, pre-registration required. Sign up at registration desk.

Track A - Hospital Care at Home: Transforming Quality and Economic Outcomes

DIANE SCHULTZ, DNP, MSN, RN, Director of Operations, Care at Home, Hospital Care at Home Services, Ambulatory Division Population Health Service Line, UnityPoint at Home, UnityPoint Health

UnityPoint Health System is transforming care delivery through their Care at Home (CaH) suite of services that spans ED, hospital, and SNF replacement options. Demonstrating value requires healthcare redesign committed to acute, urgent, and interventional models of care.  CaH services are designed to manage UnityPoint’s ACO attributed population in the ambulatory space. In-sourced services, remote monitoring, and home-based care models optimize value driven ROI. This session will explore how exceptional quality and economic outcomes are demonstrated with these innovative relationships and care models.

  • Identify the benefits of acute, urgent, and interventional Hospital Care at Home (HCaH) model of care in managing high risk, high utilization seniors
  • Describe the elements of the HCaH which drive improved quality and economic outcomes
  • Explain the benefits of comprehensive home-based services and the role of acute, urgent, and interventional practices to avert the patients’ need for ED escalation

Track B - Growing your Hospital at Home program: Patient Identification Strategies and Safety in the Home

WENDY COOPER, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC, Nursing Operations Manager, Orlando Health Hospital Care at Home and TAHIR HAQUE, MD, Senior Medical Director, Biofourmis

This session will explore issues around patient identification and patient safety in hospital at home. The discussion will include: optimizing ways to identify patients, utilizing tools or algorithms in the EMR to flag appropriate patients, approaching patients for consent, and safely caring for patients in the home. This will be an interactive discussion where participants will have the opportunity to share experiences, address common issues, and identify successful strategies with their colleagues

Track C - Working Group Discussion: Conditions of Participation

Facilitator: DANIEL DAVIS, MD, Senior Medical Director, Continuing Health, Atrium Health

This working group will explore the intricacies of hospital conditions of participation and hospital at home. Participants will have the opportunity to share experiences, address common issues, and find solutions among industry peers. Participants will leave this session empowered with insights to enhance their organization’s compliance and patient-centric care.
*limited to 20, pre-registration required. Sign up at registration desk.

2:00 - 3:15 pm
Hospital-at Home-Hackathon: Exploring Novel Use Cases to Scale Your Program

BRUCE LEFF, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Transformative Geriatric Research, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and DAVID LEVINE, MD, MPH, MA, Clinical Director for Research & Development, Healthcare at Home, Mass General Brigham and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

This interactive session will explore creative methods to scale programs and reach untapped patients through novel use cases for hospital at home. With the ever-increasing demands on our healthcare systems, the hospital at home model offers a viable alternative, enabling patients to receive high-quality care in the comfort of their own homes. By identifying strategies to reach new potential patients, we can bridge the gap between traditional hospital care and at-home healthcare, ensuring access to superior care while reducing the strain on resources. Through a collaborative and dynamic hackathon format, we will engage in thought-provoking discussions, share best practices, and generate novel use cases that have the potential to revolutionize patient care. Don’t miss out on this outcome-oriented session that combines creativity, expertise, and cutting-edge research to unlock the potential of hospital at home programs.

Track A - You Can’t Manage What you Can’t Measure: The Essentiality of Hospital-at-Home Specific Reporting to Program Management and Success

RYAN BERTRAM, Partner and Leader, Clinical Technology Innovation, Chartis and JON FREEDMAN, Partner and Leader, Digital Consumer Experience, Chartis

At every stage of the evolution of a Hospital-at-Home program, from pre-implementation design and planning, to the initial launch, and through ongoing operations and scaling, it is critical for health systems to transparently track, report, and act on a variety of metrics. In addition to CMS-mandated metrics around program quality and patient safety, health systems must identify a range of metrics, and their key performance indicators, across clinical, financial, and operational dimensions to ensure that value is continuously driven. Join Chartis as they share our perspective on what a ‘best practices dashboard’ should look like across all dimensions of Hospital-at-Home, and how a well-executed dashboard supports the evolution of programs over time through prospective, real-time, and retrospective data at the executive and frontline management levels. They’ll examine both quantitative and qualitative factors, benchmarks, and key considerations for turning insights into actions for stakeholders across health systems.

Track B - Hospital at Home across the Quality Chasm: The Burden on Patients, Caregivers and Healers

MICHAEL NOTTIDGE, MD, MPH, MBA, Senior Vice President & National Medical Director, Contessa Health

This session will outline key lessons learned from innovations in healthcare delivery and preview the crucial themes shaping the home hospital of the future. Discover why patients often describe hospital at home as a concierge experience, and delve into the critical areas of change management, automation, social determinants, and regulatory frameworks. Gain insights into the potential to transition seamlessly from acute to long-term care with the aid of personal digital tools.

Track C - Working Group Discussion: Navigating the Complexities of Hospital at Home Logistics

Facilitator: ALEX HOOPES, Senior Director, Strategy and Execution, Cardinal Health

This interactive working group discussion will delve into the complexities of supply chain management, exploring innovative strategies and best practices to navigate challenges, optimize processes and drive efficiency in the evolving landscape of hospital at home care.
*limited to 20, pre-registration required. Sign up at registration desk.

Track A - Optimizing Patient Acquisition for Hospital at Home Patients

CASEY PHILLIPS, BSN, RN Manager, Hospital at Home, UMass Memorial Health; SHIV SUTARIA, MD, Associate Medical Director, Hospital at Home, UMass Memorial Health and Assistant Professor, UMass Chan Medical School; and CANDRA SZYMANSKI, MS, RN, Associate Vice President, Hospital at Home, UMass Memorial Health

Patient acquisition for hospital at home programs across the country has been one of the largest barriers to growth and program success. UMass Hospital at Home program has internally developed a clinical decision-making tool to optimize the patient acquisition process and help improve provider experience as they refer patients from brick-and-mortar hospital to hospital at home. This has also helped them increase their average daily census, number of daily admissions and made our screening process more effective.

• Learn how to use EPIC screening lists to design a work flow for patient acquisition
• Discover how to develop a clinical decision-making model based on a clinical appropriateness score for your program
• Explore how to generate patient referrals and provide passive education on patient appropriateness for hospital at home

Track B - Hospital at Home: A Driver for New Strategies and Approaches to Ambulatory and Acute Care

MICHAEL CAPRIOTTI, MBA, Senior Vice President, Integration and Strategic Operations, Virtua Health

Developing and operating a hospital at home program can be one of the most difficult services to implement as a health system. Learn how Virtua Health has used its key learnings to help develop new strategies and approaches to care in the ambulatory setting as well as its acute care facilities.

Track C - Working Group Discussion: Working Group Discussion: Unlocking Capacity Expansion Through Multiple In-Home Care Use Cases

Facilitators: ROSS ARMSTRONG, General Manager, Biofourmis Care and MARK KRIVOPAL, MD, MBA, Senior Partner and Leader, Financial Performance Improvement, Chartis

In today’s dynamic healthcare environment, capacity expansion is crucial for success. Care at home has proven to be a valuable pressure release valve for mounting capacity pressure, so why are certain programs still falling short? This conversation will explore the untapped potential of leveraging multiple in-home care use cases to unlock sustainable growth. From transitional care to post-acute care to chronic disease management and preventive care, we’ll explore how a holistic strategy that integrates diverse in-home offerings can optimize resource utilization, enhance patient experiences, and drive operational efficiencies. Join us as we uncover the transformative power of embracing a comprehensive in-home care model, fostering seamless care transitions, and unlocking unprecedented capacity expansion opportunities.
*limited to 20 participants. Sign up at registration desk.

Track A - Creating a Learning Health System: Roadmap to Sustainability and Scalability for the Home-Based Continuum

JESSICA HOHMAN, MD MSc MSc, President, Accountable Care Organization and Investigator, Center for Value-Based Care Research, Cleveland Clinic and DAVID LEVINE, MD, MPH, MA, Clinical Director for Research & Development, Healthcare at Home, Mass General Brigham and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

The rise of hospital at home and other home-based programs has created tremendous opportunities for innovation in the home setting. Yet significant fragmentation remains among programs with highly variable program composition and intervention dosing. Cleveland Clinic provides a framework for research partnership with operations, ITD, and analytics within their organization to create a Learning Health System that is able to both enhance programmatic design and efficiency while also answering longer term questions about scalability and sustainability. The role external partnerships can play in supporting this ecosystem will also be explored. This session will share pragmatic advice on how to embed research to meet both internal operational and external research goals, while also establishing a framework for why investment in embedded implementation science is critical to the long-term success of home-based care.

Track B - Have Stethoscope, Will Travel: Roles and Responsibilities of Community Paramedics in Hospital at Home

KIMBERLY HEDGER, NREMT-P, CP, Community Paramedic Manager, Inbound Health and MATTHEW VANDERLOO, Senior Medical Director, Inbound Health

This session will help attendees unlock the power of community paramedics in their hospital at home program. The presenter will explore proven strategies for building and growing a dynamic community paramedic team. Attendees will gain insights into their critical role in starting care plans, triaging acute care, and collaborating with in-home nursing. The session will also discuss the policy implications surrounding the scope of practice. Attendees will leave able to equip their health system executives and hospital at home leaders with the knowledge to leverage community paramedics for exceptional patient outcomes.

• Learn strategies on how to build and grow a dynamic community paramedic team
• Understand the role of community paramedics in starting care plans and triaging acute care management
• Understand policy implications related to community paramedics’ scope of practice
• Learn best practices to foster collaboration between community paramedics and in-home nursing team members

June 7, 2024
8:45 – 9:25 am
A View from the C-Suite and Operator's Chairs: The UMass Memorial Health Journey to 2000 Hospital at Home Admissions

ERIC ALPER, MD, SVP, Chief Quality Officer and Chief Clinical Informatics Officer, UMass Memorial Health and Professor of Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School and CONSTANTINOS (TAKI) MICHAELIDIS, MD, MBA, MS, Medical Director, Hospital at Home, UMass Memorial Health and Assistant Professor, UMass Chan Medical School

UMass Memorial Medical Center (UMMMC) is the primary safety net tertiary care hospital in central Massachusetts. Having experienced multi-year challenges with inpatient capacity limitations and emergency department boarding times that were further exacerbated by the COVID pandemic, UMMMC began development planning for its Hospital at Home (HAH) program in January 2021 and launched its HAH program in August 2021. In April 2024 the program admitted it’s 2000th patient with strong clinical outcomes. Here, we describe the UMMMC HAH program in brief and share our nearly three-year journey to early scale, focusing on our HAH program’s approach to early census growth, patient outcomes and health equity assurance.

9:25 – 10:10 am
Fireside Chat: Making the Business Case for Hospital at Home

NIYUM GHANDI, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Mass General Brigham and BRUCE LEFF, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Transformative Geriatric Research, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

This session will explore the financial and operational benefits of adopting a hospital at home care delivery model. Hear from a seasoned Chief Financial Officer on the key considerations and requirements for successful implementation. Discover how hospital at home can alleviate capacity challenges, improve patient outcomes, and drive cost savings for your organization. Gain insights that will empower you to build a robust business case and champion this transformative care approach within your health system.

• Identify the operational and financial benefits of hospital at home programs
• Understand the critical factors required to build a compelling business case
• Explore real-world examples of successful hospital at home implementations

Track A - Hospital at Home: Payer Reimbursement and the Medicaid Perspective

MICHAEL CHIN, MD, Associate Medical Director, MassHealth and Assistant Professor, UMass Chan Medical School; JATIN DAVE, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, MassHealth and Associate Professor, Population and Quantitative Health Science, UMass Chan Medical School; and PRATIKSHA PATEL, MD, Medical Director, Massachusetts Medicare, Point32Health

This session will focus on the payer perspectives and the key metrics that define the value proposition of hospital-level care in the home. This will include the importance and strategies for scaling these programs and the importance of payer-provider partnerships. This session will empower health system executives and hospital-at-home leaders to forge sustainable reimbursement models and establish mutually beneficial partnerships that drive the future of high-acuity home-based care.
• Explore the payer’s perspective on the value of high-acuity healthcare in the home, including quality, safety, medical cost savings, and broader value propositions.
• Discuss the key metrics to better communicate the bottom-line value of hospital-at-home programs and strategies for strengthening payer-provider partnerships.
• Understand the importance and obstacles to the ongoing scaling of hospital-at-home programs.

Track B - Breaking the Barriers to Serving Specialty Patient Populations: Provider Engagement and Capability Growth in the Hospital at Home Model

SUSAN STEMPEK, MBA, MMSc, PA-C, Vice President, Hospital at Home (BILH), Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine Critical Care Physician Assistant, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, LHMC

Hospital-at-home programs are continually evolving and there’s opportunity to engage with specialty team to consider care delivery processes which have not been previously possible. This session will address the opportunities and barriers to caring for complex specialty patients in the hospital-at-home model. The discussion will include sharing of expertise across the audience so the hospital-at-home community can expand its reach and the benefits of the model to a more diverse patient population.
• Consider specialty patient populations that could benefit from the hospital-at-home model based on available evidence and experiences of the live audience
• Troubleshoot barriers to service specialty patients safely
• Create replicable processes across specialties expanding willingness and capabilities of the multidisciplinary team for additional patient populations

11:15 – 11:45 am
Ensuring Access, Trust and Diversity in Hospital at Home

RACHELLE ALPERN, MBA, MHA, Network Operations and Business Manager, UNC Advanced Care at Home and ANIA WAJNBERG, MD, President, Mount Sinai at Home

This session will explore how the transformative hospital-at-home can be utilized to address industry-wide health disparities and support goals in increasing access to care in underserved areas. Hear from the University of North Carolina Health as Rachelle Alpern shares outcomes from their qualitative research and innovative communication strategies tailored to their patient population, thereby increasing access and promoting inclusive care. Mount Sinai Health will also explore key takeaways from their data-driven approach to measuring and addressing vital factors. This session will offer essential insights for hospital-at-home program leaders and health system executives seeking to champion inclusive, patient-centered care.
• Explore qualitative research and communication strategies that are addressing health disparities and social determinants of health for patient populations
• Analyze a data-driven approach to measuring and incorporating diversity considerations in hospital-at-home programs
• Identify strategies and best practices to promote inclusive, patient-centered care and address social determinants of health

12:30 - 1:15 pm
Secrets of Hospital-at-Home Staffing: Building a Thriving Program (PANEL)

MODERATOR: MICHAEL MANIACI, MD, Professor of Medicine and Medical Director, Advanced Care at Home, Mayo Clinic PANELISTS: SEAN KUKAUSKAS, MBA, NRP, Executive Director, Mass General Brigham Ambulance Services; ALEX HOOPES, Senior Director of Strategy & Execution, Cardinal Health Velocare; SUSAN STEMPEK, MBA, MMSc, PA-C, Vice President, Hospital at Home (BILH), Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine Critical Care Physician Assistant, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, LHMC; and TERESA THACKER, BSN, MBHA, Command Center Operations Manager, UNC Health

The hospital-at-home concept has revolutionized care delivery, allowing healthcare systems by bringing acute care directly to patients’ homes. But success hinges on having the right staffing model in place. This insightful session will provide a deep dive into the staffing strategies powering successful hospital-at-home programs. Hear from industry experts on the varying staffing models across different states, and discover how to leverage mobile integrated health and community paramedics to strengthen your own program. Walk away with a roadmap for navigating the logistical challenges of hospital-at-home staffing and positioning your program for long-term growth and patient impact. Don’t miss this opportunity to optimize your care delivery and stay ahead of the curve.

• Understand the differences in hospital-at-home staffing models
• Explore the logistical challenges with staffing a program
• Break down the different staffing models and how they vary state by state
• Discuss strategies for selecting the right staff for your program

Speakers

Mark Krivopal, MD

Senior Partner and Leader, Financial Performance Improvement

Chartis

Krivopal

Dianne Schultz, DNP, MSN, RN

Director of Operations, Care at Home, Hospital Care at Home Services, Ambulatory Division Population Health Service Line, UnityPoint at Home

UnityPoint Health

Schultz

Susan Stempek, MBA MMSc PA-C

Vice President, Hospital at Home program

Beth Israel Lahey Health

Stempek

Teresa Thacker, BSN, MBHA

Clinical Manager / Advanced Care at Home

UNC Health

Thacker

Rachelle Alpern, MBA, MHA

Manager, Network Operations and Business

UNC Health

Alpern

David Grabowski, PhD

Professor of health care policy in the Department of Health Care Policy

Harvard Medical School

Grabowski

Heather O’Sullivan, MS, AGNP

President

Mass General Brigham Healthcare at Home

O'Sullivan

Sean Kukauskas

Executive Director, MGB Ambulance

Mass General Brigham Ambulance Services

Kukauskas

Wendy Cooper, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC

Nursing Operations Manager

Orlando Health Hospital Care at Home

Cooper

Tahir Haque, MD

Senior Medical Director

Biofourmis

Haque

Alex Hoopes

Senior Director of Strategy & Execution

Cardinal Health Velocare

Hoopes

Ryan Bertram

Partner and Leader, Clinical Technology Innovation

Chartis

Bertram

Michael Nottidge, MD, MPH, MBA

Senior Vice President & National Medical Director

Contessa Health

Nottidge

Jon Freedman

Partner and Leader, Digital Consumer Experience

Chartis

Freedman

Niyum Gandhi

Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Mass General Brigham

Gandhi

Daniel Davis, MD

Senior Medical Director Continuing Health

Atrium Health

Davis

Paul Arpino

Chief Pharmacy Officer

Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Beth Israel Lahey Health

Arpino

Matthew Vanderloo

Senior Medical Director

Inbound Health

Vanderloo

Mark Hennessey

Center Director, Center for Health Care Provider Services and Oversight, OPCHSM

New York State Department of Health

Hennessey

Ania Wajnberg, MD

President, Mount Sinai at Home; Professor

Department of Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Wajnberg

Kimberly Hedger, NREMT-P, CP

Community Paramedic Manager

Inbound Health

Hedger

Michael Chin, MD

Associate Medical Director

MassHealth, ForHealth Consulting at UMass Chan Medical School

Chin

Pratiksha Patel, MD

Medical Director, Massachusetts Medicare

Point32Health

Patel

Michael Capriotti, MBA

Senior Vice President, Integration and Strategic Operations

Virtua Health

Capriotti

Bruce Leff, MD

Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Transformative Geriatric Research, Division of Geriatric Medicine

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Leff

Ila Mapp, DNP, RN, CENP, CCRN

Director, Advanced Care at Home

UNC Health

Mapp

Constantinos (Taki) Michealidis, MD, MBA, MS

Medical Director, Hospital at Home; Assistant Professor

UMass Memorial Health; UMass Chan Medical School

Michealidis

Vivian Reyes, MD

National Physician Lead for Kaiser Permanente Care at Home

The Permanente Medical Group, Inc.

Reyes

Tuyet-Trinh (Trini) Truong, MD, FACP

Chief Medical Officer, Mount Sinai at Home; Associate Professor of Medicine

Mount Sinai Health System; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Truong

Kimberly Smoak, MSH, QIDP

Deputy Secretary, Division of Health Care Policy and Oversight

Agency for Health Care Administration, State of Florida

Smoak

Michael Maniaci, MD

Medical Director, Advanced Care at Home

Mayo Clinic

Maniaci

David Levine, MD, MPH, MA

Clinical Director of Research & Development, Healthcare at Home; Associate Professor of Medicine

Mass General Brigham; Harvard Medical School

Levine

Jatin Dave, MBBS, MPH, FACP

Chief Medical Officer, MassHealth; Director, Office of Clinical Affairs, For Health Consulting at U Mass Chan Medical School

U Mass Chan Medical School

Dave

Michael Montalto

Director, Hospital in the Home, International Hospital in the Home Fellow

Epworth Health Care, Melbourne, Australia ; Ariadne Labs

Montalto

Colleen Hole, BSN, MHA, FACHE

Vice President, Clinical Integration, Chief Nurse Executive

Atrium Health Medical Group

Hole

Jared Conley, MD, PhD, MPH

Associate Director, Healthcare Transformation Lab, MGH and Assistant Professor

Harvard Medical School

Conley

Tom Kiesau

Chief Innovation Officer and Leader

Chartis Digital

Kiesau

Casey Phillips, BSN, RN

Manager, Hospital at Home

UMass Memorial Health

Phillips

Candra Szymanski, MS, RN

Associate Vice President, Hospital at Home

UMass Memorial Health

Szymanski

Richard Rothman, MD

Vice-Chief, Integrated Hospital Care Institute and Chief, Medical Operations,

Cleveland Clinic Florida

Rothman

Jessica Hohman, MD, MSc MSc

President, Accountable Care Organization and Investigator, Center for Valua-Based Care Research

Cleveland Clinic

Hohman

Corinne Gambacurta, MHA

Administrator, Hospital Care At Home

Cleveland Clinic

Gambacurta

Shiv Sutaria, MD

Associate Medical Director, Hospital at Home, UMass Memorial Health and Assistant Professor

UMass Chan Medical School

Sutaria

Eric Alper, MD

Chief Quality Officer and Chief Medical Information Officer

UMass Memorial Health

Alper

Lisa Tripp, JD

Partner

Tripp Hollander Advisors

Tripp

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We strive to provide an intimate environment for you to meet one-on-one with our highly qualified audience. We offer customized partnership opportunities to fit your marketing objectives and budget. 

Be a part of a community of dedicated healthcare professionals striving to transform the industry.

Each sponsorship package is customized based on your organization’s marketing objectives and budget.

Each package includes virtual events and is designed to elevate your brand awareness, generate new leads and introduce your product and services to tap into this highly qualified and targeted group of decision makers at a time when they are most receptive.

Interested in Becoming a Sponsor?

Join us in Boston!

Group Discount

Register 3 or more delegates from the same organization at the same time and receive a 15% discount on the registration fee. For larger group discounts, please email us at info@icdevents.com

Stand out in a competitive job market and show your dedication to lifelong learning. All delegates of the 3rd Edition Hospital @ Home Leadership Summit will receive a certificate of completion, recognizing your commitment to professional growth and affirming your industry expertise and credibility.

Validate Your Industry Knowledge and Credibility.​

Option NumberSuper Early Bird PriceEarly Bird PriceRegular Rate
Healthcare Systems (no workshops)$1195$1395$1595
Healthcare Systems + ONE Workshop$1395$1595$1795
Healthcare Systems + TWO Workshops$1595$1795$1995
Government(no workshops)$595$895$995
Government+ ONE Workshop$795$1095$1195
Government+ TWO Workshops$895$1195$1295
Non-Sponsoring Vendors/Consultants$1595$1795$1995

Paying by Check?


Please make checks payable to:
International Conference Development (or ICD) and remit to:

ICD
PO Box 651,
Moody, ME 04054

CANCELLATION POLICY: Should you be unable to attend for any reason, please inform us IN WRITING, prior to May 3, 2024, and a full refund will be provided; After May 3, 2024, a credit voucher for the full amount will be issued. No credit vouchers will be given for cancellations received on or after May 24, 2024. Substitutions of enrolled delegates may be made at any time. Program content and speakers are subject to change without notice. Photography and Video Notice: ICD may take photographs and/or videos during this event for various marketing purposes. By registering and attending, you consent to capturing and using your image.

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