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WEBINAR: Hospital at Home Summer School: Educating your Members of Congress During the August Recess

Last Updated: Aug 1, 2022

This webinar was offered by Healthsperien, a nationally-recognized health care policy consulting firm, on how we can best educate federal policymakers about hospital at home in the summer of 2022. It focused on how to educate your Congress members in the August recess and beyond while they are working in their home states and districts. The session discusses hospital at home messaging and shares practical strategies to support the passage of the “Hospital Inpatient Services Modernization Act.” Slides for the webinar can be found here.

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Template for a Request for an Educational Meeting with your Legislators about Hospital at Home

Last Updated: Aug 1, 2022

Accompanying the Healthsperien webinar on July 21, 2022 is a resource for requesting a meeting with your senators and state legislators to educate them about hospital at home and the “Hospital Inpatient Services Modernization Act.”

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Template for a Educational Letter to the Editor about Hospital at Home

Last Updated: Aug 1, 2022

Accompanying the Healthsperien webinar on July 21, 2022 is a resource for submitting a letter to the editor to your local and state press/media to educate the public about hospital at home and the solutions to extend the CMS Acute Hospital at Home Care waiver, including the “Hospital Inpatient Services Modernization Act.”

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WEBINAR: LOOKING AHEAD – HOSPITAL AT HOME BEYOND THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY

Last Updated: June 29, 2021

This webinar was offered by Healthsperien to discuss efforts already underway to educate legislators and other policymakers around: a) the merits of a waiver extension/flexibility  opportunities for, and approaches to a CMMI-supported hospital at home demonstration; and b) the growing evidence base (and data requirements) that HaH advocates can use to make the case for our work in the halls of power. It also reviewed developing plans to build a broad-based coalition in support of a variety of payment policies and regulations necessary to enable hospital at home programs to grow and thrive in the months and years ahead.

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