February’s Advanced Care at Home Monthly Round-Up features the Hospital@Home Leadership Summit, featuring Lisa Tripp (Medically Home), Bruce Leff (Johns Hopkins university School of Medicine), Ila Mapp (UNC Health), and Rachel Stauffer (McDermott+Consulting). Panelists discussed what is required to move forward with the model, including equity, cost, and outcomes data to make the case to legislators about making the model permanent. Overall, panelists agreed that hospital at home will be a key feature of the hospitals of the future. Additionally, we highlight a Health Affairs article calling the Hospital at Home waiver extension in the CAA a provision that could represent the future of hospital care in the United States. While noting the improved quality and health outcomes and lower costs, the article outlines the need to better understand equity, where the model could be reimbursed using alternative payment, and novel legal and regulatory risks to payers and providers. Finally, the Round-Up includes a State of Reform article that demonstrates the implementation success of hospital at home programs in Florida. The article reports that patient and physician satisfaction has been high, but action at the federal level is still required to make the program permanent. Overall, the benefits of hospital at home remain clear, and leaders recognize the importance of developing these programs.