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Hospice & Palliative Care

Trends in Hospice & Palliative Care

Closing the Patient Communication Gap With Your Referral Partners

SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Across the board, we see from referral sources and other care providers alike that they really feel as if they’re part of the care team now instead of the end of the line where a patient goes when they get out of the hospital. Your peers share their thoughts and solutions.

Closing the Patient Communication Gap With Your Referral Partners2021-11-24T11:01:50-05:00

Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources

September-October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Your referral partners increasingly expect robust communications to make patient transfers as seamless as possible, for both the patient and providers. They will have to make a choice. Ultimately, they will look for relationships with organizations that are easy to work with and that can deliver proven quality care. We provide insights and strategies from high-performing organizations.

Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources2021-10-30T20:58:05-04:00

Three Missed Opportunities for End-of-Life Discussions

September-October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Recent research discusses the missed opportunities for discussions about end-of-life, including advance care planning, palliative care, discontinuation of disease-directed treatment, hospice care, and after-death wishes, with outpatients with advanced cancer.

Three Missed Opportunities for End-of-Life Discussions2021-10-30T20:58:24-04:00

Six Ways to Identify, Increase, and Manage Referrals

September-October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT In this new normal, it’s important to understand how your referral sources work, what they are sending to you versus the competition, how to deepen relationships with these sources, and what differentiates you as a provider in the marketplace.

Six Ways to Identify, Increase, and Manage Referrals2021-10-30T20:58:30-04:00

Seamless Care Transitions: Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources

SPECIAL REPORT Your referral partners increasingly expect robust communications to make patient transfers as seamless as possible, for both the patient and providers, which means you need strategies to create seamless transitions. Learn what leading home health and hospice agencies are doing in this free special report.

Seamless Care Transitions: Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources2021-10-23T11:24:01-04:00

Administering Specialty Drugs at Home

July-August 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT A recent study found receiving certain forms of care at home instead of in the hospital can lower healthcare spending. Administering specialty drugs at home or in a provider’s office lowered healthcare spending by $4 billion.

Administering Specialty Drugs at Home2021-08-30T18:08:25-04:00

Six Ways To Recharge Clinical Engagement and Work/Life Balance

July-August 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Strategies and actions to improve clinician experiences. Work/life balance is something nurses are constantly trying to achieve, and many nurses are falling short of that goal. What solutions are your peers using to combat burnout, achieve better nurse work/life balance, and improve patient care?

Six Ways To Recharge Clinical Engagement and Work/Life Balance2021-08-30T18:08:25-04:00

Advance Care Planning: Pilot Studies for Care at Home Providers

May-June 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The National Institute of Health advance care planning studies are focusing on the effectiveness of telehealth for patients receiving home-based palliative care and leveraging in home support services to engage patients in advance care planning. Learn more about the pilot studies supporting this research.

Advance Care Planning: Pilot Studies for Care at Home Providers2021-08-31T12:27:38-04:00

What Legal Parameters Establish Patient Choice?

May-June 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The right of patients to choose providers has generated considerable conflict within the provider community. In this article, learn the four key legal sources supporting patient choice and actions your organizations and patients can take to have them enforced.

What Legal Parameters Establish Patient Choice?2021-10-23T11:26:58-04:00

Are CMS Payment Models Delayed … Or Gone Forever?

May-June 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT A review of payment models under CMS’ Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) is quietly under review to decide if they will be implemented. Many of these models were popular with care at home providers. We provide insight into each of these payment models.

Are CMS Payment Models Delayed … Or Gone Forever?2021-08-31T12:27:50-04:00

Market Signals Broaden Continuum-of-Care Services

March-April 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Expanding continuum of care services is an important strategy for future market positioning. We explore how providers, payers, and physicians are broadening services to expand partnership referrals, create innovation, and ensure sustainability.

Market Signals Broaden Continuum-of-Care Services2021-08-30T18:08:26-04:00

How Community-Based Care is Being Redefined

March-April 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Under Andrew Molosky’s leadership, Chapters Health System has combined innovation and creative disruption to shift end-of-life care into a leading community-based population health organization.

How Community-Based Care is Being Redefined2021-10-22T17:26:51-04:00

How to Accelerate Business Growth and Technology Innovation for Home Health, Hospice, Palliative Care, and Private Duty Providers

March-April 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT National leaders discuss how to lean into new approaches to accelerate growth, improve performance, and address technologies that create faster reimbursement, better work-life balance for clinicians, and optimal patient outcomes.

How to Accelerate Business Growth and Technology Innovation for Home Health, Hospice, Palliative Care, and Private Duty Providers2021-10-23T11:28:47-04:00

4 Strategies to Dramatically Improve Productivity, Volume, and Revenue

SPECIAL REPORT National leaders discuss how to lean into new approaches to accelerate business growth, improve performance, and address technologies that create faster reimbursement, better work-life balance for clinicians, and optimal patient outcomes. They share how their organizations address four key questions.

4 Strategies to Dramatically Improve Productivity, Volume, and Revenue2021-10-23T11:29:27-04:00

Remington’s Industry Report 2021 Leadership Perspectives

SPECIAL REPORT National leaders discuss how to lean into new approaches to accelerate business growth, improve performance, and address technologies that create faster reimbursement, better work-life balance for clinicians, and optimal patient outcomes. They share how their organizations address four key questions.

Remington’s Industry Report 2021 Leadership Perspectives2021-10-23T11:30:05-04:00

Should Your Organization Be Preparing for Greater Value-Based Payments?

January-February 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Beginning in 2021, several value-based payment models will begin the shift from fee-for-service to value-based. Earmark this as the transformation of payment reform for care at home providers and how they will be paid in the future.

Should Your Organization Be Preparing for Greater Value-Based Payments?2021-08-30T18:08:27-04:00

How is Your Organization Rethinking Strategic Positioning to Offer Continuum-of-Care Services from Pre- And Post-Discharge to End-of-Life?

January-February 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The question for leadership is how do you want to position your organization? As an integrator? Or as an aggregator? For care at home providers, the goal is to create a post-acute continuum model as patients transition from one care setting to another whether that be in-home personal care services, skilled home health, palliative care, or hospice.

How is Your Organization Rethinking Strategic Positioning to Offer Continuum-of-Care Services from Pre- And Post-Discharge to End-of-Life?2021-08-30T18:08:27-04:00

Marketing Hospice Service to ALF: Preferred-Provider Agreements

September-October 2020 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT How do anti-kickback statutes apply if providers or Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) are involved in referral arrangements and receive any type of federal or state funds? Attorney Elizabeth Hogue breaks it all down.

Marketing Hospice Service to ALF: Preferred-Provider Agreements2021-10-23T11:35:21-04:00

Report: Medicare’s Hospital Post-Acute Care Transfer Policy to Hospice

The Bipartisan Act (BBA) of 2018 Act updated the hospital transfer policy for early discharges to hospice care. The law required that, beginning in FY 2019, discharges to hospice care would qualify as a post-acute care transfer and be subject to payment adjustments.

Report: Medicare’s Hospital Post-Acute Care Transfer Policy to Hospice2021-08-30T18:08:30-04:00

Pre-Hospice Home-Based Transition Program

SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Sharp HealthCare pre-hospice program called Transitions, is designed to give elderly patients the care they want at home and keep them out of the hospital.

Pre-Hospice Home-Based Transition Program2021-08-30T18:08:33-04:00

Study: Hospice Top 13 Diagnosis

Cancer accounts for less than one-half of all hospice admissions. Here is a list of the top 13 diagnoses for admissions to hospice care.

Study: Hospice Top 13 Diagnosis2021-08-30T18:08:34-04:00

Home-Based Palliative Care Models

SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Palliative care focuses on relieving patients’ stress, pain and other symptoms as their health declines, and it helps them maintain their quality of life.

Home-Based Palliative Care Models2021-08-30T18:08:35-04:00

Hospice Quality of Care Varies

In a large cohort study, hospice visits in the last 2 days of life by professional staff varied by race, hospice program, and geographic region.

Hospice Quality of Care Varies2021-08-30T18:08:35-04:00

Palliative Care Oncology Guidelines

A new guidance statement to define high-quality primary palliative care delivery in medical oncology has been developed by ASCO and AAHPM.

Palliative Care Oncology Guidelines2021-08-30T18:08:35-04:00

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