Health IT Analytics September 27, 2021
Kelsey Waddill

Acute home healthcare emerged during the coronavirus pandemic out of necessity but could remain in the healthcare system as a key strategy for lowering costs and improving senior care.

The case for acute home healthcare has become increasingly clear, Amal Agarwal, DO, vice president of home solutions business development and strategy at Humana, expressed to Healthcare Strategies.

During the coronavirus pandemic, the thought of going to the hospital has evoked anxiety due to the high capacity, the risk of catching COVID-19, and the limited access to elective procedures. 

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