Hospital at Home

Build a safe and effective hospital-at-home program

Deliver home-based acute care with the support of a partner who tackles the foundational challenges.

Here’s how we partner with healthcare organizations
to make hospital at home programs possible.

The Current Health platform enables
deep insights into patient health and supports excellent provider experiences

Continuous and
intermittent monitoring

Get real-time remote patient monitoring and care coordination using our Clinical Dashboard, integrated with your EHR.

Rely on an ecosystem of continuous and intermittent monitoring device options to support a wide range of use cases.


Configurable pathways
and alarms

Receive timely alerts based on customizable parameters for common care scenarios and individual patient requirements.

Our configurable clinical escalation pathways help to mitigate risk and reduce avoidable readmissions


Drive results that matter

6 %

30-day readmission rate


2 M

Cost savings in first year

US Military
Health System


Bed days saved

Wrightington, Wigan Leigh
NHS Foundation Trust

97 %

Patient adherence

Health Agency

24/7 Clinical
Command Center

Use our round-the-clock patient monitoring and triaging from our team of clinicians to expand your team’s capacity and scale your program.

Licensed in all 50 states, our team acts as an extension of your staff, executing your protocols and supporting excellent patient experiences.


Logistics and Geek Squad
in-home support

Deploy hospital-level care infrastructures in patients’ homes with Best Buy Health’s supply chain management and technology support expertise.

Leverage our expertise in program assessment, design, staff training, and implementation to launch your program.



With more than 450 combined years of experience, our professional services team will guide you through designing, and implementing, and scaling your hospital-at-home program.


Patient testimonial

Joy Goethert

When a severe UTI landed Joy in the emergency department, she and her husband were scared.

Watch Joy recall how the security of the Current Health monitoring helped her safely recover at home.

Case study

UMass Memorial Health

UMass Memorial Health has expanded its Hospital at Home program to become one of the nation’s largest.

Explore our case study to learn about the tools and support services driving this growth.

A day in the life of a patient

Day One


Design patient-centric clinical pathways

Alan, a 72-year-old male presents to the emergency department with a CHF exacerbation. The ED physician determines that he is a candidate for Hospital at Home, based on an alert from pre-defined criteria in the EHR.

A hospital-at-home nurse brings a Current Health kit to the ED, consents the patient, and admits him to the Current Health platform.

Day One


Get comprehensive insights into patient’s condition at home.

Alan receives a welcome call from Current Health to ensure he is successfully set up. He then uses the tablet provided to complete his eDiary, reporting that he is home, feeling well, and has taken his medication.

He continues to receive prompts and questions on the tablet each day to encourage adherence with his care plan.

Day Two


Align daily on the plan for each patient.

The hospital-at-home team uses the Current Health dashboard to round on patients for the day. Within the dashboard, patients are grouped by risk level.

The team schedules Alans in-home visits and he receives a notification for when to expect a nurse.

Day Two


Deploy visits and services to the patient’s home.

A member of the in-home care team visits Alan twice each day to confirm readings, reconcile medication, and disuss his care plan.

The nurse logs notes within the Current Health application, which syncs with the EHR.

Day Four


Configure multi-factor alarms for patient’s risks.

Alan’s vitals begin to deteriorate over the course of an hour, including a drop in oxygen saturation and an elevation in respiratory rate. He reports feeling breathless.

These vitals meet the threshold of the alarms configured for a CHF patient.

Day Four


Receive alerts you can act on.

The monitoring detects a deterioration and alerts the Current Health Clinical Command Center nurse.

The nurse initiates a video call with Alan and then escalates to the hospital-at-home care team member, who increases his medication dose.

Day Ten


Step down care as needed.

The hospital-at-home team continues to monitor Alan through the platform. Since increasing his medication, Alan has been feeling well. He reports feeling safe and secure in his home knowing he is connected to his care team 24/7.

After 10 days, Current Health collects the kit from Alan’s doorstep, reprocesses it, and delivers it back to the hospital for the next patient.


Hear from our partners

Hear from our partners

Our surveys show high levels of patient satisfaction for our hospital at home experience.

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Rasu Shrestha, MD
Rasu Shrestha, MD
Chief Innovation and Commercialization Officer,
Atrium Health
Hear from our partners

It takes a village, and this wouldn’t be possible without the Current Health team.

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Constantinos Michaelidis, MD
Constantinos Michaelidis, MD
Medical Director, Hospital at Home
UMass Memorial Health
Hear from our partners

The Current Health platform… made vital sign assessment so much easier for our nurses and our physicians.

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Camille Thompson, MSN, RN
Camille Thompson, MSN, RN
Manager of Care Coordination, Hospital at Home,
Virtua Health

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