CAPC’s signature method of dissemination is its Palliative Care Leadership Centers initiative, which equips palliative care leaders and teams with the operational, managerial, and financial leadership skills required to advocate for and implement programs locally . . . The selected centers were exemplars of the principles and practices necessary to bring the palliative care innovation to scale.
Cassel, J.B., Health Affairs, February 2018
This was one of the best training opportunities I have ever attended. Wonderful, clear, concise. A highly motivating experience.
Julie Krasner, MD
The financial and operational technical assistance we received provided us with a great framework to continue our growth and development. Now, with the help of our PCLC mentors, we are moving our program forward.
Mary Hicks, NP
The training exceeded my expectations. The team was very impressive, knowledgeable, caring, and addressed all of our questions. The presented and written material was not only educational, but has given me many examples of how to adapt our services to our population. I am looking forward to the mentoring portion of the program…
DiAnn Young, MSN, RN
We developed excellent action plans to take home and implement....a highly motivating experience.
Jeffrey Alderman, MD
Our palliative care program would not be where it is today without the PCLC training we received…
Tina Cull, RN, BSN, CHPN
The most unique part of the training was the personalized attention our team received. They were able to offer us tailored guidance and the mentoring helped us sustain our momentum after training.
Jan Jahner, BSN
We are growing from a one-site inpatient consult service. Currently, we have a two-site inpatient consult service and our HF community-based program. The community-based program was our PCLC focus. We completed most of the needs assessment prior to the PCLC training. Finding our gaps, searching for partners, setting realistic achievable goals, confirming quality metrics to follow, budgeting, staffing, program set up, administrative needs were all covered and key to our success. We have the tools to strategically expand across our three-county area and three additional hospitals as we assess needs, priorities, staffing, and finances.
Thomas Steele, MD