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Provider Pathway

1. The Home Hemodialysis Hub: Physical Infrastructure and Integrated Governance Structure

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Tables
Table 1. Comparison of Locations for Home HD Hub or Training
Table 2. Minimum Number of Home HD Training Stations Required for a Hub
Table 3. Components of a Home HD Hub
Table 4. Solo vs Open-Plan Configurations for HD Training Stations
Table 5. Roles and Responsibilities of the Program (Strategic) and Operations (Tactical) Managers in a Home HD Program
Table 6. Roles and Responsibilities of the Clinical Leadership in a Home HD Program
Table 7. Roles and Responsibilities of Technical Support in a Home HD Program
Figures
Figure 1. The home hemodialysis resource map.
Figure 2. Size of Home HD Programs in Australia and New Zealand and Japan.
Figure 3. Showcasing your home hemodialysis hub: the Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 4. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: A home dialysis training station (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 5. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: Large glass sections allow for patient monitoring during training (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 6. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: Rooms should include a counter with a sink, a faucet, and a mirror (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 7. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: The reception area (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 8. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: The greeter desk (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 9. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: Clinical workstations for nurses and clinical dialysis technicians (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 10. The Northwest Kidney Centers Home Dialysis Hub in Seattle: Clean utility bench space and shelving (courtesy of Aaron Herold).
Figure 11. A framework for integrated governance of a home hemodialysis program or hub.

2. Funding and Planning of Home HD

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3. Workforce Development and Models of Care in Home Hemodialysis

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4. Systems to Cultivate Suitable Patients for Home Dialysis

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5. Patient Safety During Home Hemodialysis:
Quality Assurance and Serious Adverse Events in the Home Setting

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Patient Pathway

6. Patient Selection and Training for Home Hemodialysis

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7. The Care and Keeping of Vascular Access for Home Hemodialysis Patients

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8. Infrastructure, Water, and Machines

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9. Prescriptions for Home Hemodialysis

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10a. Psychosocial Aspects in Home Hemodialysis: A Review

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10b. Psychosocial Guide for Healthcare Professionals

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10c. Psychosocial Guide for Patients, Families, and Dialysis Partners

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