Care at Home

Hospital Care at Home patient ‘can’t thank us enough’

October 27th, 2022

As Philip Santini recovered slowly from an infection, it was clear that he was going to need infusions to help heal. But instead of being admitted to the hospital to receive the treatment, Michigan Medicine experts had another idea: Hospital Care at Home. The program provides hospital-level care to patients in the comfort of their own homes. Click through to learn more about Santini, the first patient admitted to Care at Home without ever presenting at the hospital first!

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Care at Home combines hospital-level care with benefits of home

December 1st, 2021

Care at Home, the Initiative of the Year for U-M Health, offers patients hospital-level care combined with the opportunity to recover surrounded by the comforts of home. The program provides eligible patients with the option to receive nurse and physician visits, plus a wide array of tests, treatments and monitoring, in their homes. Offering Care at Home will achieve a number of important goals, like increasing bed capacity in the hospitals for complex, high-acuity patients and reducing emergency room utilization and readmissions. Click through for more on this important program.

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