No one like to go to the hospital, but sometimes there’s just no choice- or is there? If you ask Dr. Bruce Leff, a geriatrician at Johns Hopkins, whatever you can do to keep seniors out of hospitals is a worthwhile effort, even if you need to set up hospital-level care at home. In fact, since the mid-90’s, Johns Hopkins has pioneered a program called Hospital at Home, which strives to provide hospital-level care to seniors in their own home, which saves money and shields seniors from infection and other serious illnesses they might pick up from being in a hospital. Several major medical centers around the country are piloting this program and the results so far are encouraging. And with technological advances, bringing the hospital home might be as easy as sending out a drone to deliver your medication. Watch Dr. Leff discuss the move to bring senior care home Here, and read more about the Hospital at Home program Here.