HCCI in the News
HCCI in the News
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Doctor House Calls Seeing a Resurgence Among Aging Population, Healthcare Deserts
Chicago Sun-Times (10/7/22) — On the West Side, 93-year-old Mattie Baylis gets regular house calls from a nurse, a home health aide and a family nurse practitioner. The in-home visits and her pharmacy home deliveries allow Baylis — who had a stroke two years ago that left her bedridden...
Illinois Medical Practices Selected for Statewide ‘House Call’ Project
Lawndale News (7/14/22) — In Illinois, nearly 200,000 residents who require home-based primary care (HBPC) are not receiving this critical medical service. To address this urgent need, 17 Illinois medical practices, some independent, others representing hospital systems, and three supporting subspecialty groups including dentistry, dermatology, and wound care, will...
Hospices Pursue Home-Base Primary Care Via HCCI Project
Hospice News (7/11/22) — A group of 17 Illinois health care organizations is collaborating to expand access to home-based primary care, including a number of hospice and palliative care providers. Read more.
Home Centered Care Institute Appoints Four Industry Leaders to Board of Directors
Schaumburg, IL (November 22, 2021) — The Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI), a national nonprofit, has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors from diverse sectors of healthcare, including retail pharmacy, finance, quality improvement, and private practice. The new board members are: Kermit R. Crawford,...
Meet Your Neighbor: Amie Peterson — Nurse practitioner champion for homebound patients
Excerpt from North Fort Myers Neighbor Living special feature By Chuck Ballaro | Aug 18, 2021 Many years ago, doctors all over the country made house calls to their patients regardless of their age and condition. It was part of their job. And just when you thought...View more HCCI in the News