Hospital at Home

Build a safe & effective Hospital at Home program

Deliver high-quality acute care at home through continuous monitoring, flexible alarms, and proven clinical pathways.

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How does Current Health help you extend excellent hospital care into the home?

Best-in-class monitoring and integrated services power next-generation
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Expand hospital capacity by providing safe and trusted care at home

Provide hospital-level care at home with continuous and passive monitoring designed for high-acuity patients.

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Put patients first by providing care at home

Help patients stay connected to their care teams with seamlessly integrated video calling and messaging.

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“This is AMAZING, the fact that I can be home, self quarantine, and feel safe as my vitals are monitored…It allows me to be in the comfort of my home and family; and my dogs. And that’s what really helps with recovery.”

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Empower proactive, personalized care

Give care teams smarter insight to deliver the best care via sophisticated alarms and an intuitive, powerful dashboard—all integrated with your EHR.

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Extend your teams with 24/7 Clinical Support

Scale acute care efficiently with alarm triage and oversight—nights, weekends, or whenever you need it.

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Deliver in-home services, seamlessly

We make it easy to order and schedule in-home services between your own teams or with our integrated partners.

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Patient Testimonial

Joy Goethert

When a severe UTI landed Joy Goehert 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.

Outcomes from the Hospital at Home program at UMass Memorial

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5 %
30-day readmissions rate
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Incidents of hospital acquired infection
9 %
Escalation rate to brick & mortar
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We’re able to get the whole picture of how patients are living and the complex factors affecting their health.

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Candra Szymanski
Interim AVP, Hospital at Home
UMass Memorial Health
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We have valued Current Health’s expertise and input into our program.

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Daniele Serdoz
One Croydon Program Lead
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust
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Being able to quickly deploy Current Health at the onset of the pandemic was paramount to patient and staff safety.

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Dr. Brett Oliver
CMIO
Baptist Health
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Everything can be tailored to a specific clinical use case, allowing for an enterprise solution to remote care.

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Dr. Cardinale Smith
Chief Quality Officer, Oncology,
Mount Sinai

Hospital at Home Day One

Design patient-centric clinical journeys
Monday
2:30 pm

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 defined criteria.

A Hospital at Home nurse brings a Current Health kit to the ED, consents the patient and admits him to the Current Health platform.

Hospital at Home Day One

Get comprehensive insight into the patient’s condition.
Monday
6:00 pm

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

Alan receives prompts and questions in the app each day to encourage adherence with his care plan.

Hospital at Home Day Two

Align daily on the plan for each patient.
Tuesday
8:00 am

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 Alan’s in-home visits and he receives a notification for when to expect a nurse.

Hospital at Home Day Two

Deploy visits and services to the patient’s home.
Tuesday
9:45 am

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

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

Hospital at Home Day Three

Configure multi-factor alarms for patient’s risks.
Wednesday
4:30 pm

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 vital signs meet the threshold of the alarms configured for a CHF patient.

Hospital at Home Day Three

Get alerts you can act on.
Wednesday
4:45 pm

Current Health detects the deterioration and alerts the Hospital at Home team. A nurse initiates a video call with Alan. They increase his medication dosage, order a ScriptDrop delivery, and prioritize a visit to Alan’s house later that day.

The nurse completes all these tasks from within the Current Health platform.

Hospital at Home Day Four

Step down care as needed.
Thursday
9:00 am

The Hospital at Home team continues to monitor Alan through the Current Health platform. Since increasing his medication, Alan has been feeling well. He reports feeling safe and secure at 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.

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