How a Program Leader Climbed from Despair to Success
Diane E. Meier, MD, shares how her mentee – who was overwhelmed by increasing volume and limited staff – turned her program around.
Finding the Next Wave of Innovation
How we’re going to change the future of palliative care.
Utilizing Administrative Support to their Highest Potential
How administrative staff can support a busy palliative care team on a day-to-day basis, and relieve stress.
Scaling Home-Based Palliative Care to Better Serve the Seriously Ill Population
A former systems director shares how his team successfully saw additional high-need patients and families, without taxing resources.
The Case for Better Behavioral Health Integration in Serious Illness Care Settings
Plus, practical steps that palliative care teams can take in order to implement a behavioral health model on the organizational level.
New Payment Models Provide Opportunities to Enhance Care in Nursing Homes
A background on payment and quality of care in nursing homes, and one team's success in reducing avoidable hospital transfers.
Resilience in the Face of COVID-19: An Update from Four Seasons’ Project ECHO
How Four Seasons' Project ECHO initiative pivoted to focus on COVID-19, offering critical support for health care workers facing moral distress, grief, and compassion fatigue.
Inspire and Accelerate: 2019 CAPC National Seminar Poster Highlights
A review of the innovative projects that received Special Recognition at the 2019 CAPC National Seminar.
Response: Challenges of Promoting Uniformity in Programs Within a Health Care System
An opinion piece reinforcing the need for a palliative care registry, introducing the new Palliative Care Quality Collaborative (PCQC).