Providence Hospital at Home

Bringing the Hospital Home

Providence Hospital at Home is designed to operate at scale across our 7-state acute care footprint in the western U.S. Our program is distinguished by the implications of multi-state operations, including advocacy, regulatory adherence, and maintenance of a clinical network. View Providence Hospital at Home stats

Leveraging the years of knowledge in the TeleHospitalist service, our physicians are expanding their care to cover Providence Hospital at Home patients. The virtual-based model supports physician flexibility as we continue to scale the program across the enterprise. Our care team and services are largely sourced from within Providence, with external supply chain and vendor contracts developed and maintained internally.

Providence Hospital at Home model

Providence Hospital at Home is a new care paradigm, improving outcomes in a patient-centered, scalable, and sustainable setting.

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Why hospital at home?

We provide our patients with exceptional care in their homes, as prevention for, or an alternative to, a hospital stay – supporting their health outcomes while prioritizing what matters to them most.

Dozens of randomized controlled trials and two meta-analyses demonstrate hospital at home is safe
Improve Outcomes
  • Reduced six-month mortality rates by ~19 to 38%1,2
  • Reduced readmission rates
  • Reduced use of delirium, sedative medications and restraints
  • Reduction in falls and adverse events
  • Decreased length of stay (LOS)1
  • Increased patient mobility
  • Increased caregiver satisfaction2
Create Value
  • Disruptive innovation matching acuity to the most appropriate setting capable of delivering safe and effective care
  • Enable greater care for continuity and seamless transitions through
Enhance Experience
  • High rates of patient acceptance for hospital at home care, delivering on market demand for home-based patient centric care
  • Patients and family experience greater satisfaction with their care

Commonly treated clinical conditions

  • CHF with acute exacerbation
  • Covid pneumonia with hypoxia on Remdesivir
  • Acute renal failure
  • Cellulitis failed outpatient antibiotics
  • COPD with acute exacerbation
  • UTI requiring IV antibiotics
  • Pneumonia

Examples of clinical services available

  • Daily labs
  • Imaging (X-ray, US)
  • IV diuretics
  • IV antibiotics
  • IV fluids
  • Intermittent catheterization
  • Wound vac
  • Supplemental oxygen up to 5 liters per NC
  • Established CPAP/BiPAP patients
  • Respiratory treatments
  • Established drains
  • Specialty visits