2023 Hospital @ Home Leadership Summit Speaker Bio
Tahir Haque, MD, Senior Medical Director, Biofourmis
Tahir is a board-certified internist and biomedical engineer who serves as a Medical Director at Biofourmis. His work focuses on utilizing innovative digital health solutions to operationalize and scale acute care at home programs. Tahir practices as a Home Hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where he holds dual appointments in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Division of Global Health Equity. He is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Associate Faculty member at Ariadne Labs.
Tahir received his undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he was a Lt. Tyler Brown Scholar. Prior to joining medical school, he was a post-baccalaureate fellow at the National Institutes of Health. Tahir completed his residency training in Internal Medicine – Global Health and Disaster Relief from the University of Miami.
From Implementation to Scale; Clinical, Operational, and Financial Consideration for Growing Care at Home
Experts argue that every healthcare system should be developing a hospital-at-home strategy to remain relevant and able to meet changing consumer expectations, to deliver more equitable care, and to meet the demands of an aging population. Is your organization developing a strategic plan or evaluating your readiness to launch a home-hospital or remote patient management program? What are the essential elements needed to ensure program success and optimize outcomes? What's needed to get stakeholder buy-in and ensure feasibility? How are you identifying patients? How are you delivering timely in-home services? This deep dive workshop will explore and dissect key foundational elements needed for a successful hospital-at-home strategy and how to address common challenges. This engaging workshop will leverage subject matter experts, insights from the participants, and best practices from first-hand experience across topics such as staffing, infrastructure, care coordination, payment models, technology, regulatory factors, metrics for success, and more.