How to Achieve High-Value, Goal-Concordant Care for Seriously Ill Patients

Updated January 29, 2020 | By CAPC Staff

AHA's partnership with CAPC encourages hospital and health system leadership to focus on serious illness strategies.

In a recent blog post, Diane E. Meier of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) sat down with Tom Priselac of Cedars-Sinai to discuss how hospitals and health systems can improve communication for patients and families living with a serious illness, by building goal-concordant care and empowering physicians and other clinicians with important tools for working with this population.

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