CAPC provides the essential tools, training, technical assistance and metrics you need to
sustain palliative care in hospitals and all other health care settings.
As a member organization, your entire staff has full access to CAPC.
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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.
Access member resources at CAPC Central
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.
Dr. Andy E. Esch offers tips for fellow palliative care specialists on working with referring physicians.
Ashland Evans, Program Manager at Mary Washington Healthcare describes how the tools, training and technical assistance provided by the Center to Advance Palliative Care has supported his program.
Director of Palliative Medicine Dr. Timothy Ihrig on how to build and sustain partnerships in the community.
Ashland Evans, MHA, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Manager at Mary Washington Healthcare discusses the importance of comparing palliative care interventions to non-palliative care interventions as a way to show improvement ...
Sharika Newman, DO, offers advice on working with referring physicians.
Sherika Newman, DO, discusses the benefits of palliative consults when done earlier in the disease process.
Ashland Evans, MHA Hospice and Palliative Medicine Manager at Mary Washington Healthcare highlights the importance of building your infrastructure as a way to manage growth.
Ashland Evans, Program Manager at Mary Washington Healtcare describes how data has played a role in his program's relationship with institutional leaders.
Medical School Students discuss why palliative care should be integrated into medical school curriculum earlier and more frequently.
Bridget Tracy, MD, Associate Professor of Palliative Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, speaks about the important dialogue between palliative care specialist and patient.
Virtual Office Hours (VOH) are small group calls that let you ask questions of CAPC Faculty, problem-solve with peers, and share stories. Check out this sneak peak from CAPC Faculty, ...
Maria Gatto of Trinity Health explains why palliative care fits perfectly into the current model of how health care is paid for and delivered.
Amber Burger MD on finding stakeholders that support your palliative care team in your institution and on the importance of finding the right staff members to help balance team dynamics.
Amber Burger MD on how to get program buy-in from medical institutions.
Ujjwala Dheeriya, MD, Medical Director of Palliative Care at Torrance Memorial Health System tells us why she submits data to the National Palliative Care Registry.
Ujjwala Dheeriya, MD, Medical Director of Palliative Care at Torrance Memorial Health System shares why she attends the CAPC National Seminar.
Janice Connolly, MD on the growth of palliative care and the need for training in pain and communication skills for all clinicians.
Laura E. Macias, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager at Adventist Palliative Care Program shares her story -- how and why she became a palliative care nurse.
Laura E. Macias, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager at Adventist Palliative Care Program defines palliative care in community settings.
Janice Connolly, MD: Why I chose palliative care as a career.
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