2 Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Implement Home-Based Care in a Cost-Effective Way

COVID-19 put massive financial pressure on the American health system. From March to June 2020 alone, American hospitals experienced $202.6 billion in losses. Non-emergency procedures were canceled, people started putting off primary care visits, and the medical equipment supply chain was disrupted, increasing the cost to treat patients.

Government funding is sparse: The October 2021 bipartisan infrastructure bill set healthcare funds for in-home health services and wages for health professionals at $150 billion, far lower than the $400 billion President Joe Biden had once proposed. Recent debates over the bill hardly mention funding for the healthcare industry, leaving many wondering how much money healthcare systems will actually receive…