HBPC Tools, Models, and Benefits

The Power of Home Care Medicine

In 2019, AAHCM collaborated with Information Matrix to create a short documentary to be distributed to public television stations in all 50 states to spread the awareness on the power of home care medicine. Please enjoy and share this video with your friends and colleagues.

The Power of Home Care Medicine documentary has two versions; the above version is the full length documentary and can be found on our YouTube channel, along with the one minute version.

Ways to share

We need your help spreading awareness! This video is also available on our YouTube channel and can be added to your websites*, shared on your social media platforms, and distributed through your member or customer communications, along with any other marketing and promotions.

*When embedding these videos to your websites, please reference its origin with the following terminology, “This video was provided by the American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM).

Home-Based Primary Care (HBPC) Programs

Reach your high-risk, chronically ill patients with regular, cost-effective care.

Home-based primary care (HBPC) programs provide desperately needed primary and palliative care and social services to more than 100,000 high-risk homebound patients. Implementing these programs shifts the use of healthcare services from emergency and inpatient care to community-based general care. More importantly, teams of HBPC professionals improve patients’ quality of life by caring for them according to their preferences in their own homes. High-risk, chronically ill patients with access to HBPC programs get regular care outside of the hospital, preventing them from worsening until they need emergency services and reducing the cost of their care while improving patient outcomes.

Specially trained HBPC providers improve patients’ quality of life and allow them to receive the high-quality compassionate care they want in their own homes, setting your organization up to be the ultimate health partner to your community while ensuring that care is reimbursed and reducing emergency room visits.