Hospital at Home provides acute-level care at home and has existed since before the COVID-19 pandemic. While decades of research show that the model provides high-quality care, there was not widespread experience with the model until the establishment of the Acute Hospital Care at Home waiver during the Public Health Emergency.

On September 13, MHH hosted a webinar to hear from policymakers and health care organizations from across the industry with the common goal of ensuring Hospital at Home is a widely available option for patients.

Recording & Slides

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Krista Drobac
Krista DrobacFounder, Moving Health Home
As the founder of Moving Health Home, Krista Drobac leads a team of regulatory and legislative professionals in implementing the vision of the coalition members around making the home a clinical site of care.

Krista previously directed the Health Division at the National Governors Association’s Center for Best Practices where she oversaw technical assistance for governors’ health advisors. Prior to NGA, she was a Senior Advisor at the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) during the Obama Administration. She also served as Deputy Director of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services and spent five years on Capitol Hill where she was a health advisor to the Minority Whip Senator Dick Durbin, and Senator Debbie Stabenow, a member of the Senate Finance Committee.

Jay Gulshen
Jay GulshenHealth Advisor at House Ways & Means Health Subcommittee
Jay is a Health Advisor for the Committee on Ways and Means, working on Medicare Part A and Part B.

Prior to joining the Committee on Ways and Means, Jay served as the Health Policy Advisor for Congressman Buddy Carter, and as a Legislative Associate for the Energy and Commerce’s Health Subcommittee. At Energy and Commerce, Jay worked on Traditional Medicare (Parts B and D), MACRA, and Health Information Technology. Prior to joining the E&C Health team, Jay served as a Clerk and Staff Assistant for Energy and Commerce.

Dawn Doe
Dawn DoeVP, Value Based Programs, Continuing Health at Advocate Aurora Health
Dawn Doe has 30 years of nursing and leadership experience within the post-acute continuum. Her expertise includes home care, hospice, palliative care, durable medical equipment, skilled nursing facility, and home-based physician practices. Dawn has held a wide range of positions within the post-acute arena including staff nursing, quality and risk management, education, supervisory, and senior management positions. In her current role, she provides leadership and strategic direction across the enterprise for value-based programs within the Post-Acute division and ensures the execution and management of a network of services to meet the needs of over 1.3 million attributed lives.
Jordan Holland
Jordan HollandVP, Value Based Contracting at Compassus
Jordan Holland, MBA, serves Compassus as Vice President of Value-Based Contracting. In his role, Mr. Holland oversees payer contracting and value-based care activities, including developing new products in support of the value-based partnerships. He develops and supports a variety of partnerships, from preferred provider agreements to shared financial accountability and joint ventures. Compassus has developed best-in-class, innovative care models like models. Mr. Holland and his team focus on developing and launching Compassus’ new clinical models, Advanced Care Management for the seriously ill population, Hospital-at-Home, and SNF-at-Home, in partnership with other value-oriented provider organizations and payers.
Maulik Majmudar, MD
Maulik Majmudar, MDChief Medical Officer at Biofourmis
Dr. Maulik Majmudar is a cardiologist and co-founder and Chief Medical Officer at Biofourmis. Prior to joining Biofourmis, Dr. Majmudar was the Medical Officer for Amazon Halo and led the development and launch of Amazon’s first health membership service. Prior to Amazon, he was Associate Director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, where he was responsible for the identification, validation, and implementation of digital health solutions to improve care delivery as well as the patient and provider experience. While at MGH, he was awarded an education grant from the Aetna Foundation to launch a new Fellowship in Healthcare Innovation, aimed at fostering the next generation of clinician innovators.
Kevin Riddleberger
Kevin RiddlebergerCo-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at DispatchHealth
With nearly 20 years of clinical and management experience in the healthcare industry, Kevin Riddleberger has a tremendous passion for redefining healthcare delivery through technology, process, and quality improvement. Prior to his current role as co-founder and chief strategy officer at DispatchHealth, he was the head of clinical solutions and strategy at iTriage, an industry-leading consumer mobile health app company. Kevin has been a board-certified physician assistant for 15 years and has served time as a clinical preceptor for area physician assistant students, a member of hospital quality improvement committees, and president of the Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants. In addition to his work at DispatchHealth, Kevin is an active advisor in Colorado’s local healthcare start-up community, providing both business and clinical expertise. He also serves on the board of trustees at 9Health Fair and Project Angel Heart.

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