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Medicare Proposes to Extend Coverage of Certain Telehealth Visits Through the End of 2023

Evaluation and management codes in the hospital, nursing facility, and home setting considered for extension.

New at CAPC: July 2021

Learn about new tools and resources on capc.org.

Reimagining the Inpatient Palliative Care Consult: Lessons From COVID-19

Authors discuss how the palliative care field has progressed during the pandemic with telehealth, offering solutions for sustainability.

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New ASCO-COA Oncology Medical Home Standards Offer Roadmap for High-Quality, Patient-Centered Care

ASCO president says new standards will serve as a strong foundation, so all people living with cancer receive the best possible care.

New at CAPC: July 2021

Learn about new tools and resources on capc.org.

CAPC Marketing Team Wins Award for COVID Response Resources Hub

Rapid development and dissemination were key in helping clinicians on the frontlines of the pandemic.

Reimagining the Inpatient Palliative Care Consult: Lessons From COVID-19

Authors discuss how the palliative care field has progressed during the pandemic with telehealth, offering solutions for sustainability.

Medicare Proposes to Extend Coverage of Certain Telehealth Visits Through the End of 2023

Evaluation and management codes in the hospital, nursing facility, and home setting considered for extension.

Inside the Launch of The Surgical Palliative Care Society

Surgeons launch professional society to integrate palliative care principles into the care of surgical patients.

CAPC Updates 'Relief of Suffering Across the Disease Trajectory' Curriculum

CAPC members can earn new CEs for new heart failure, COPD, and dementia courses.

Expanding the Palliative Care Workforce during the COVID-19 Pandemic with Health Social Workers

New York City hospital provided core palliative care training to health social workers and saw correlation between acquired palliative care skills and usage.

Perceptions of Hematology Among Palliative Care Physicians: Results of a Nationwide Survey

Study published in JPSM examines beliefs and attitudes of palliative care clinicians for hematologic diseases, including the desire for earlier referrals and improved collaboration.

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