New Mexico-based Presbyterian Health System offers a wide range of health services, such as diabetic care, that can be provided in the patient’s home. Its innovative hospital-at-home model is improving outcomes and the patient experience while reducing costs. In this Members in Action podcast, Julia Resnick, senior program manager at the AHA, explores the program’s success with two senior leaders at Presbyterian Health System. Listen to the podcast and view AHA’s hospital-at-home issue brief and case studies for more information.

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