Becker's Healthcare July 21, 2021
Katie Adams

In May, two of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S. — Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente and Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic — made a joint strategic investment in Medically Home Group, a Boston-based tech services company that powers hospital-at-home programs.

The two systems made the investment to expand access to Medically Home’s virtual and in-person care model so that other providers can adopt it.

Below, Maneesh Goyal, chief operating officer of the Mayo Clinic Platform, and Stephen Parodi, MD, executive vice president of the Permanente Federation, answer questions about the investment and future of hospital-at-home.

Editor’s note: Responses have been edited lightly for clarity and style.

Question: What made Medically Home an attractive investment opportunity?

Maneesh Goyal: Mayo Clinic implemented its advanced care...

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