How Penn State Health Transitioned Patients to Home-Based Care through a Hybrid Cardiac Rehab Program
Read this case study to learn how the cardiac program was able to transition patients to home-based care through a hybrid cardiac rehab program.
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When Penn State Health’s cardiac rehab program abruptly shut down due to COVID-19, clinicians were concerned about the impact on patient health outcomes, ultimately leading Penn State Health to reimage care delivery.
Read this case study to learn how:
- The cardiac program was able to transition patients to home-based care through a hybrid cardiac rehab program
- Penn State Health leveraged its existing staff, resources, and direct-to-patient telehealth platform to deploy this new workflow at a relatively low cost
- Penn State Health addresses financial and geographical barriers to care that patients traditionally face with in-person care
- The health system saw a sharp increase in patient satisfaction and engagement