Telehealth Telecare News Kaiser and Mayo
- Kaiser Permanente and Mayo Clinic are investing $100 million in a hospital-at-home company as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the push toward care settings outside a hospital’s four walls.
- The investment is in Boston-based Medically Home, which has a virtual and physical delivery model allowing providers to shift acute care typically administered in a hospital to a patient’s home. Its software platform, called Cesia Continuum, integrates communications and monitoring for care teams.
- The partnership will allow patients to be treated at home for infusions and conditions like cancer, infections and COVID-19, according to the companies’ announcement Thursday.
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