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Payers, providers, policymakers, and communities are finding new ways to deliver and finance palliative care.
These efforts have the potential to rapidly transform serious illness care in the United States.
CAPC ensures access to the training, technical assistance and metrics needed to address the major palliative care topics of the day.
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CAPC makes sure you never have to reinvent the wheel because we are the hub for palliative care training, best practices, tools, technical assistance and metrics. We are also a vibrant community and convener of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of palliative care.
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The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) is a national organization dedicated to increasing the availability of quality palliative care services for people facing serious illness. Browse our site to learn more.
Rodney Tucker, MD, offers advice on marketing a palliative care program.
Nargis Nardi, RN, breaks down the ways CAPC members can use the resources available on the CAPC website to better educate themselves, their staff and other clinicians in their institutions.
Lynn Hallarman of Stony Brook Medical Center describes the many ways she uses the CAPC curriculum at her institution.
Top tips for getting started with the CAPC Curriculum.
Phil Santa-Emma, MD, FAAHPM, Medical Director of the Palliative Care Program at Mount Carmel in Columbus, Ohio offers advice on how to effectively bill for palliative care services.
Anthony Back, MD, says the CAPC Communication Curriculum is vital to palliative care specialists as well as any clinician who wants to gain better communication skills.
In this video, Martha Twaddle, MD, FACP, of the Palliative Care Leadership Center (PCLC) at JourneyCare describes how her PCLC at JourneyCare helps palliative care programs in the community setting.
Michael Rabow, MD, of the Palliative Care Leadership Center (PCLC) at UCSF defines the importance PCLCs play in helping programs grow successfully.
IPAL-OP, an initiative to improve palliative care in the outpatient setting, is designed to be a central repository for learning how to start an outpatient palliative care program. In this ...
Some palliative care specialists are trying new ways to increase referrals.
How can palliative care help patients facing congestive heart failure?
What are the challenges of palliative care in the community setting?
Cory Ingram discusses the importance of marrying palliative care data with anecdotal evidence.
Cory Ingram describes the differences and similarities of geriatrics and palliative medicine.
Lynn Spragens, CEO of Spragens & Associates, offers tips on how to create a successful business plan.
Social Worker Monica Acoff discusses her path to becoming palliative care specialist.
An explanation of how the palliative care chaplain helps patients and families deal with serious illness.
This CAPC Webinar walks viewers through the National Palliative Care Registry™. The Registry is the only repository of information about the operational features (structures and processes of care) of our ...
Dr. Andy E. Esch, Palliative Care Doctor and Consultant at the Center to Advance Palliative Care details how to screen seriously ill patients for depression as well as how to ...
Dr. Andy E. Esch offers tips for fellow palliative care specialists on avoiding staff burnout.
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