Based on the four domains identified by the ElevatingHOME Research Steering Committe (Clinical Care, Economic Impact, Care Structures and Patient Experience), ElevatingHOME is currently involved in the series of research projects listed below. These projects are collaborative efforts in partnership with corporate partners, member agencies, academic researchers and aligned associations. The research designs vary depending on the project, utilizing a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods.
If you are interested in getting involved or learning more about one of the projects below, contact Danielle Pierotti, RN, PhD, CENP for more information.
Accountability for the Quality of Care Provided to People with Serious Illness
Research Partners: This project undertakes the development of a suite of performance measures suitable for use in serious illness care accountability programs. Structure and process measures will focus on building organizations’ capacity to measure outcomes, including patient engagement and outcomes, linked to patient goals.
The Value Proposition of Home Health Care
Wounds in Home Health Care
Home Health Agency Communication with Physicians
- Johns’ Hopkins University Medical Center
- Funded by The Alliance for Home Health Care Quality and Innovation
Safety Survey in Home-based Care: a validation study
Research Partners: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Hospital Safety Survey for use in home health and hospice.
Efficacy and Economic Value of Highly Personalized Digital Therapeutic Programs to Support Care and Independent Living at Home