The hospital-at-home model continues to emerge as a promising approach to improve value for some patients, enabling the receipt of acute-level care in their homes. In this Members in Action podcast, Julia Resnick, senior program manager for AHA’s The Value Initiative, speaks with Linda DeCherrie, M.D., clinical director of Mount Sinai at Home, and Albert Siu, M.D., director of Sinai at Home, to learn about how Mount Sinai Health System in New York used the model to extend care beyond hospital walls.

Listen to the podcast and view AHA’s hospital-at-home issue brief and case studies for more information.

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