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New study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows cancer patients in hospice care experience fewer hospitalizations, fewer costly and invasive procedures, and are more likely to die
The dark of winter and the upcoming holiday season can seem cold and lonely for those who are grieving.
Patient's Planning Ensures Her Wishes are Honored CLEVELAND, Nov. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Public discussions about dying are rare.
Board of directors for America's first national humane organization also names new board officer positions at annual board meeting WASHINGTON, Nov.
Carole Moats, volunteer with the Center for Hospice Care, recognizes Holy Cross Village independent living resident George Hickner for his military service in World War II during a We Honor Veterans
The VNAA CPM offers expert, reliable guidance for more than 300 procedures specifically for home health and hospice care; now in paper or digital format WASHINGTON, Nov.
80-year-old NAVY Veteran who made it her life’s mission to care for others, is now receiving care through PACE so she can maintain living at home independently. Clearwater,
The business case for palliative and the excellence in interprofessional palliative care documentation self-paced courses are focus of national hospice and palliative care month SAN
FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization contributes information to new online portal of free information from Consumer Reports designed for family caregivers. Alexandria,