Hospice Chaplains Bring Peace and Healing to Individuals and Their Communities
Hospice Chaplains Bring Peace and Healing to Individuals and Their Communities
May 04, 2021

Providing spiritual care to those near the end of life has benefits for individuals and healthcare providers. When individuals are journeying through severe or ...

Better Outcomes for Patients, Better Outcomes for You
Better Outcomes for Patients, Better Outcomes for You
April 28, 2021

Understanding the benefits of General Inpatient Hospice Care for Heath Systems, Facilities, Value-Based Care, and Primary Care While understanding and ...

Just Because It Isn’t Raining Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Have An Umbrella
Just Because It Isn’t Raining Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Have An Umbrella
April 21, 2021

Compliance isn’t Reactive!  As savvy healthcare professionals know, effective compliance isn’t somebody else’s problem. Knowing the basic terminology, areas of ...

Making Healthcare Decisions in Advance Eases Stress and Builds Trust
Making Healthcare Decisions in Advance Eases Stress and Builds Trust
April 05, 2021

It’s never too early to start having the conversation with patients and families. April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day, and as spring approaches and ...

Serotonin Syndrome? Is that really a thing?
Serotonin Syndrome? Is that really a thing?
April 02, 2021

Mrs. Johnson is a 70 year old woman diagnosed with advanced esophageal cancer, recently admitted to hospice. She also has a past medical history of type 2 ...

Healthcare Compliance Terms: There’s a Stark Difference
Healthcare Compliance Terms: There’s a Stark Difference
April 01, 2021

It’s not “Somebody Else’s” Problem If you’re a busy clinician or healthcare administrator, you likely feel overwhelmed just trying to provide care to your ...

Understanding the Nutritional Needs of the Dying
Understanding the Nutritional Needs of the Dying
March 25, 2021

Your hospice partner can help you understand the intersection of diet and end-of-life care. In the U.S., we often think of nutrition and diet in the context of ...

How to Cope With the Death of a Patient or Resident
How to Cope With the Death of a Patient or Resident
March 08, 2021

Losing a patient or resident is hard. Even if you’ve previously experienced the loss of a longtime resident or patient, it can be hard to handle. When Mrs. ...

PharmSmart: I'm So Stressed Out! And I’m TERRIFIED To Go To Sleep!
PharmSmart: I'm So Stressed Out! And I’m TERRIFIED To Go To Sleep!
March 05, 2021

BD is a 54 year old man living in a long-term care facility with an advanced illness, and a prognosis of approximately three months. The night shift nurse ...

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