Home-centered care drives significant savings, promotes recovery, and increases patient satisfaction. Surprisingly, care at home remains underused due to barriers that are structurally embedded into the healthcare system.
For any form of healthcare delivery to take root, it must satisfy four fundamental criteria. It must be:
- Approved by regulatory bodies and reimbursable by payers,
- Delivered by professionals, and
- Demanded by patients.
Despite a wealth of research and clinical experience to support the efficacy and value of home-centered care, barriers to healing at home still exist. In this study, using the four criteria above, we explore the crucial question:
What will it take for the home to become a center of patient care?
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