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How HCCI Supports the Cohort


  • HCCI has championed home-based primary care (HBPC), otherwise known as the “modern-day house call,” for years, and we continue to look for others to join the movement.
  • As a nationally recognized non-profit organization based in Schaumburg, Il., we seek to ensure every patient in need has access to quality medical care in the home, or place called “home,” that results in a profound improvement in medical outcomes, patient and family experience, and health care spending.

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Illinois House Call Project – Cohort 2 Launch

  • HCCI is offering Illinois practices a period to apply to the second cohort of the Illinois House Call Project.
  • The second cohort will include a select group of highly qualified Illinois medical practices, including independent entities, those affiliated with hospital systems, and even specialty groups, along with hospice and palliative care programs looking to add or expand their home-based primary care offerings.
  • Each selected practice will designate up to three “Home Centered Care Champions” (providers and practice professionals) to lead their work.
  • With the addition of this new cohort, the new goal of the ILHCP will be to collectively enroll 6,000 new homebound or home-limited people in their homes from 2022 to 2026.
  • HCCI will provide the Champions with expertise, guidance, and comprehensive resources, including education, consulting, tools, market analysis, marketing/PR training, and the opportunity to receive capacity-building funding ─ so they are well-positioned to lead and champion home-based primary care across the state.

HCCI Will Provide a Variety of Expertise, Guidance, and Resources

As a participant in the Illinois House Call Project (ILHCP), you will:  

  • Serve a key role in Illinois and in the movement to improve patients’ access to high-quality HBPC. You will make a difference!
  • Have an opportunity to apply for and receive capacity-building funding to support your practice’s growth and sustainability goals.
  • Participate in customized education activities (and earn CME/CE credit), offered exclusively to ILHCP Champions. These activities are complimentary, taught or authored by our nationally recognized faculty, and are designed to:
    • Equip new and experienced home-based medical care providers and operational leaders with essential knowledge and skills, addressing clinical, economic, and operational aspects specific to home-based medical care.
    • Highlight value-based payment opportunities currently available to home-based medical care programs and how to prepare for success in value-based payment arrangements.
  • Participate in exclusive networking events with Champions from other practices participating in the ILHCP.
  • Receive complimentary enrollment in selected CME/CE courses within our online library, including topics such as Clinical, Practice Operations and Leadership, and Early Career.
  • Receive complimentary access to select HCCIntelligence™ Premier Tools and Tip Sheets.
  • Utilize tailored market intelligence through the Confer Analytics™ platform to thrive in the home care market and make informed, data-driven decisions.
  • Take part in a thorough Practice Assessment that includes a comprehensive and confidential report addressing practice gaps and identifying opportunities for improvement.
  • Engage in a personalized online community, fostering ongoing collaboration and learning with ILHCP Champions from both cohorts, as well as subject matter experts in home-based medical care.
  • Be recognized on the HCCI website as one of the state’s leading house call programs and the premier provider of HBPC. 

To be considered for selection, please complete this ILHCP Cohort 2 Application by 11:59 PM CST on March 18. Selected practices will receive notification by mid-April. If you have questions about the Illinois House Call Project, contact Karly Denes at 630-283-9210 or