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Recorded February 20th, 2024

The Hospital at Home Users Group, in partnership with the American Academy of Home Care Medicine, is pleased to present our latest webinar for hospital and system leaders interested in learning about the opportunities and challenges associated with providing acute care in the home. 

In both traditional hospital and in-home acute care, family caregivers may be key members of the patients’ care team. Each setting presents its own challenges and opportunities for these care partners. The hospital at home movement has produced promising research and maintained steadfast attention on strategies to facilitate the best outcomes and experiences possible for all patients, both those with family caregivers and those without. 

“Family First” explores the implications of the HaH model from the perspective of caregivers, clinicians, researchers, and advocates. It highlights what we are learning from the science, as well as new tools and approaches that improve the experience of family caregivers and ensure HaH is appropriate for the broadest group of patients who need and want it.   



Rani E. Snyder, MPA
Vice President, Program
The John A. Hartford Foundation


Rita B. Choula, MA
Senior Director, Caregiving
AARP Public Policy Institute

Brittni Howard, MA; PhD Candidate
Research Assistant – HaH and Caregiving Project
Geriatrics and Palliative Care,
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Ian Strasfogel
Former Caregiver
Mount Sinai at Home

Judith Norell
Former Patient
Mount Sinai at Home

Pamela Saenger, MD MPH
Home Hospitalist
Yale New Haven Health

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