CAPC has curated the following important articles to help support palliative care standardization and best practices.
Center to Advance Palliative Care Palliative Care Clinical Care and Customer Satisfaction Metrics Consensus Recommendations
Center to Advance Palliative Care Palliative Care Consultation Service Metrics: Consensus Recommendations
Center to Advance Palliative Care Inpatient Unit Operational Metrics: Consensus Recommendations
Identifying Patients in Need of a Palliative Care Assessment in the Hospital Setting: A Consensus Report from the Center to Advance Palliative Care
Operational Features for Hospital Palliative Care Programs: Consensus Recommendations
Advancing a Comprehensive Cancer Care Agenda for Children and Their Families: Institute of Medicine Workshop Highlights and Next Steps
Benefits of Early Versus Delayed Palliative Care to Informal Family Caregivers of Patients With Advanced Cancer: Outcomes From the ENABLE III Randomized Controlled Trial
Components of Early Outpatient Palliative Care Consultation in Patients with Metastatic Non-small Cell Lung Cancer
Cost Savings Associated with US Hospital Palliative Care Consultation Programs Study
Early Palliative Care in Advanced Lung Cancer: A Qualitative Study (Subscription Required)
Early Palliative Care in Patients with Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Education, implementation, and policy barriers to greater integration of palliative care: A literature review
Estimate of Current Hospice and Palliative Medicine Physician Workforce Shortage
Impact of Staffing on Access to Palliative Care in U.S. Hospitals
Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report Call for Transformation of Care for the Seriously IllIntegrating Palliative Care in Pediatric Oncology: Evidence for an Evolving Paradigm for Comprehensive Cancer Care
The Growth of Palliative Care in U.S. Hospitals: A Status Report
Palliative Care Consultation Teams Cut Hospital Costs for Medicaid Beneficiaries (Subscription Required)
Variability in Access to Hospital Palliative Care in the United States
Health Affairs Blog Series
Health Affairs, the leading journal of health policy thought and research, is currently producing a periodic blog series on palliative care, health policy and health reform. Posts include adapted essays from the book, Meeting the Needs of Older Adults with Serious Illness: Challenges and Opportunities in the Age of Health Care Reform, edited by CAPC Director Dr. Diane E. Meier and Dr. Amy Kelley. The book describes current models of delivering palliative care across care settings, and examines opportunities in the era of healthcare policy reform for palliative care to improve outcomes for patients, families and health care institutions.
Read the articles in this ongoing series:
Building A Quality Of Life National Movement: Igniting Advocacy To Integrate Palliative Care In Our US Health System
Effective Public Engagement To Improve Palliative Care For Serious Illness
Implementing A Care Planning System: How To Fix The Most Pervasive Errors In Health Care
Improving Access To High Quality Hospice Care: What Is The Optimal Path?
Whose Costs Are Saved When Palliative Care Saves Costs?
Disparities In Access To Palliative Care
Family Caregiving And Palliative Care: Closing The Policy Gap
Palliative Care: A New Direction For Education And Training
Narrative Matters, The Next Chapter: Amy Berman Reflects On ‘Living Life In My Own Way’
‘I Don’t Want Jenny To Think I’m Abandoning Her’: Views On Overtreatment
When Less Is More: Issues Of Overuse In Health Care
The Manifest Destinies Of Managed Care And Palliative Care
Good Palliative Care Requires Good Long Term Care: A Medicare Strategy To Strengthen Both
Care Delivery And Coordination In The Accountable Care Environment
Measuring Quality of Care for Older Adults With Serious Illness
Advanced Care Model Honors Dignity, Integrates Health System For Seriously Ill People And Loved Ones
Integrating Palliative Care Into Nursing Homes: Challenges And Opportunities
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