Home-spital

Partners:

Radboud University (Netherlands)

 

Project Description:

When many elderly people are admitted to the hospital, it can have a negative impact on their well being and health, and use up more of our healthcare budgets that we simply can no longer fund. With the availability of emerging technologies, coupled to more empowered and engaged patients & families, it will be possible to avoid this and have more (and more complex) healthcare services in your own home. We worked with a graduate student at Radboud University in the Netherlands to scan the world for real world and emerging examples of modalities and services that are moving out of the hospital setting and into the home setting. The research is summarized in this report that is organized into 23 different types of home-spital services (such as surgery at home, radiology imaging at home, chemo at home, clinical trials in the home, etc.).

Learn More: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1himRCyYQaYq3cK2oSNkYGsohJaf_-dcj/view

Partners:

Radboud University (Netherlands)

 

Project Description:

When many elderly people are admitted to the hospital, it can have a negative impact on their well being and health, and use up more of our healthcare budgets that we simply can no longer fund. With the availability of emerging technologies, coupled to more empowered and engaged patients & families, it will be possible to avoid this and have more (and more complex) healthcare services in your own home. We worked with a graduate student at Radboud University in the Netherlands to scan the world for real world and emerging examples of modalities and services that are moving out of the hospital setting and into the home setting. The research is summarized in this report that is organized into 23 different types of home-spital services (such as surgery at home, radiology imaging at home, chemo at home, clinical trials in the home, etc.).

Learn More: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1himRCyYQaYq3cK2oSNkYGsohJaf_-dcj/view

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