Save the Date! Attend HCA-HANYS-IHA’s “Hospital-Home Care Collaborative” Launch Webinar on September 9

Situation Report | September 7, 2021 

Please join for the first program presentation of our Statewide Hospital-Home Care Collaborative, on September 9 at noon, featuring an acute-care-at-home model developed in the COVID-19 surge by Catholic Health  (Long Island) and Catholic Home Care. 

Add this webinar to your calendar! 

Participants can join the webinar here on September 9 at noon. The webinar link becomes active 15 minutes prior to the session 

About the Collaborative 

With the major thrust of the federal, state and industry policy and trends all pivoting on system collaboration and integration, be right on the cutting-edge of state-of-art practice by being part of the Statewide Hospital-Home Care Collaborative! 

HCA and our state and regional hospital association partners, the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS),and Iroquois Healthcare Alliance (IHA), have joined forces to create this opportunity for home care, hospitals and key partners under Phase II of our Statewide Hospital-Home Care Collaborative. 

As part of this initiative, we are presenting to core provider partners statewide a series of web sessions that feature prototype models of collaboration, with faculty from the partnering providers describing the development, design and experiences of their collaborative. Each of these prototypes is presented with the goal of making the information available for emulation of the model. 

There is no charge for these sessions, which are provided with the generous support of a grant to HCA Education and Research by the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation. 

Learn More  

Visit our collaborative website for the full schedule of webinars 

There, you can also find recorded archives of prior webinars from the first phase of the Collaborative in 2020, along with other resources. We’ll also be reminding you as each upcoming webinar date nears.  

More than 230 hospital and home care organizations and 1,000 participants engaged in learning sessions during Phase I of the Collaborative last year. This second phase of the Collaborative builds on that success. Please join us.