Janaury 2019 –NPHI worked in collaboration with LeadingAge and LeadingAge Ohio on this paper that highlights the benefits of the traditional, robust hospice model and point to differences between some newer providers and traditional community-based, nonprofit hospice providers. For example, while utilization of the Medicare Hospice Benefit has increased over time
NPHI, LeadingAge, and LeadingAge Ohio Release Paper on Nonprofit Hospice Services
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HENDERSONVILLE, NC – The Teleios Collaborative Network, through its member organization Four Seasons, has received a $900,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to fund its mission to preserve, strengthen, and support not-for-profit community hospice and palliative care organizations in the Carolinas. Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) is a not-for-profit organization that shares
Joe Doak devoted the final years of his own life to the final days of others’. The retired electrical engineer didn’t want patients at the HopeWest hospicein Grand Junction to die alone. So he became a vigil volunteer. Doak would sit with people, hold their hands, talk to them, pray with them. This month,