HCCI in the News
Chicago Network & Learning Collaborative September Meeting
HCCI hosts the September meeting of the Chicago Network & Learning Collaborative on Thursday, September 29, 10:00am-2:00pm at Rush University Medical Center. Join your colleagues for learning and lunch as we explore the critical linkages between home-based medical care and home and community-based services and discuss the development of Home Centered Care Networks.
Home Centered Experts Gather at HCCI
On Friday, July 8, experts in the home centered care arena from around the country gathered to plan the inaugural session of The House Call Project’s practice management and workforce development curriculum. The meeting focused on case presentations, topic development and implementation strategies. “We’ve taken important steps towards developing a...
Chicago Network Summer Update
HCCI hosts the Chicago Home Centered Care Network for its Summer Update meeting, via webinar on Thursday, July 21, 12pm CDT. The session features an update on the significant progress made in home centered care in the Chicago area over the past several months, along with the latest news on the...
HCCI holds another successful meeting of the Chicago Home Centered Care Network and Learning Collaborative on April 14, 2016 at Northwestern University. Representatives from health systems and academic institutions from across the Midwest attended the session in which national leaders in Home Centered Care presented on the shift to value-based care and the benefit...
Home Care Medicine Text
This newly published textbook, a first-of-its-kind, was created specifically for providers treating the home-bound, frail elderly with complex chronic illness. It describes fundamental principles of geriatric house call medicine and their application to specific diseases and conditions.
House call physicians play a powerful role in end-of-life care. According to AAFP News, family and primary care physicians like HCCI's founder, Dr. Thomas Cornwell, and University of Illinois at Chicago's, Dr. Javette Orgain facilitate discussion which offer patients and their families the best support for their end-of-life care.