Advancing Innovative Home-Based Care Models

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Work Group Charter

Home-based care can reduce health care costs and provide more patient-centered care. Covid-19 created a new urgency to deliver care in the home, and combined with temporary changes in reimbursement from some payers, led many to implement innovative home-based models. However, conflicting stakeholder views of home-based care, such as a lack of consensus on evaluating quality and outcomes or measuring value, continue to be a barrier to adoption. The goal is to enable the adoption of innovative home-based care models, identifying best practices for the systematic implementation, evaluation, and payment of high-value home-based care.



  • Hal Paz, MD, Executive Vice President for Health Sciences, Stony Brook University

  • Mona Siddiqui, MD, Senior Vice President – Clinical Strategy and Quality, Enterprise Clinical Management, Humana

Industry Advisers

  • Brent Asplin, President, Village Medical, VillageMD

  • Jeff Kang, CEO, WellBe Senior Medical

  • Vijay Kedar, CEO, Tomorrow Health

  • Tim Ashe, Chief Clinical Officer, WellSky

Work Group Partners

Work Group Fellows

Tim Ashe, WellSky

Brent Asplin, VillageMD

Jonathan Bloom, Podimetrics

Mark Clermont, Cecelia Health

Patrick Conway, MD, Optum

Tad Funahashi, MD, Kaiser Permanente

Katie Huber, Duke-Margolis Center For Health Policy

Barbara Joers, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare

Jeff Kang, WellBe Senior Medical

Vijay Kedar, Tomorrow Health

Bruce Leff, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Bill Miller, WellSky

Dean Ornish, MD, Preventive Medicine Research Institute

Hal Paz, MD, Stony Brook University

Matt Rill, MD, Emergency Resources Group and Telescope Health

Rachel Roiland, PhD, Duke-Margolis Center For Health Policy

Tom Schenk, MD, HealthNow New York, BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York

Mona Siddiqui, MD, Humana, Inc.

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