Crossroads of Care: Managing Serious Illness in the Home

Join your colleagues in hospice and palliative care, from Illinois and the surrounding areas, for the free Crossroads of Care learning event series sponsored by the Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI). During the sessions, you will discover the benefits of home-based primary and palliative care, and how to successfully bring them together as a full-service solution for managing complex illness and chronic disease.

Taking place through March 2024, the goal of the series is to provide more integrated home-centered care to homebound and home-limited patients in Illinois. More than 125 hospice and palliative care programs in 13 Illinois counties are being invited.

Why Hospices Are Pursuing Home-Based Primary CareRead what Hospice News recently said about how HCCI is supporting hospice and palliative care programs here.

Crossroads of Care session Dec. 6

Next Event in the Series, Wednesday, December 6 – Register Now!

Join us for our next free event, Crossroads of Care: Optimizing Efficiency in House Call Operations, on Wednesday, December 6, 4-6 pm CT, in Schaumburg, IL. A light supper will be provided during the session. Our expert faculty will discuss the wide spectrum of processes and technologies available to improve your operational workflow. They will also provide valuable educational resources for you and your teams.

Future Sessions (watch here for more details)

Session Four: Contracting with Payers to Demonstrate the Value of Home-Centered Care (Date and Location TBD)

Past Sessions

Session One: Bridging the Gap with Home-Based Primary Care, Tuesday, June 13, 2023- View a recording here and see the flyer here.

Session Two: Intersection of Home-Based Primary Care and Palliative Care, Thursday, September 14, 2023

Note: If you are outside Illinois and are interested in bringing a Crossroads of Care-type project to your community, contact HCCI at or 630-283-9200.

Elea Institute

The Home Centered Care Institute gratefully acknowledges support for this series in the form of a grant from Elea Institute, dedicated to advancing care for people with serious illnesses. Learn more at