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Name of the program| Advanced Care at Home

Health system| Mayo Clinic Health System and Mayo Clinic Florida

When established| 2020

Enrollment milestones| Targeting 107 admissions for 2020

Core services| Comprehensive, acute and restorative level care to patients in the comfort and safety of the home

Population served| Acutely ill medical patients

Area served| Northwest Wisconsin and surrounding areas; Jacksonville, Florida and surrounding areas

Outcomes or successes| Safely treating high acuity patients in their homes rather than the hospital with high patient satisfaction and improved clinical outcomes over the traditional “brick and mortar” hospital setting.

Unique feature| Through advanced care at home, patients will transition to a home setting and receive compassionate, high-quality care and recovery services under the direction of Mayo Clinic providers. This care model is built on three primary pillars:

  • A Mayo Clinic physician-led 24/7 virtual monitoring center that provides patients with around-the-clock access to their care team
  • On-demand, acute, medical care management
  • Rapid-response teams to deliver services and supplies

Leadership| Margaret Paulson, D.O., Mayo Clinic Health System, Northwest Wisconsin; Michael Maniaci, M.D., Mayo Clinic Florida

Web site|,

Media coverage| The Leader-Telegram; Fierce Healthcare; Forbes; Jacksonville Business Journal; Florida Times-Union; Modern Healthcare; Becker’s Hospital Review; MSN; Calvin Ayre; Jacksonville Daily Record; KIMT 3 News; Home Health Care News; WJCT Jacksonville; Health News Florida; Verdict Hospital

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