mHealth Intelligence August 4, 2022
Mark Melchionna

Ariadne Labs and CaroNova brought the health systems together to develop tools to help providers set up and enhance hospital-at-home programs. 

Eighteen health systems participated in the first phase of the Home Hospital Early Adopters Accelerator, a program created by Adriadne Labs in collaboration with CaroNova to help providers develop home hospital tools.

The number of hospitals providing at-home acute care has shot up in recent years. The primary reason for this is the addition of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Acute Hospital Care at Home waiver to the Hospital Without Walls initiative in November 2020. More than 100 health systems spanning 36 states are currently approved for the program.  

The 40-week accelerator program included 91 representatives from 18 health systems in...

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