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Community-Based Palliative Care Needs Assessment: Step One

Any team that has undergone a transition during the initiation of a community-based palliative care program will attest to the amount of change and flexibility needed from within an organization. ...

Home-Based Palliative Care: Identifying Your Patients

Dana Lustbader, MD discusses how claims data helps palliative care teams identify the right patients.

Palliative Care and Population Health

Kristofer Smith, MD, MPP on population health and palliative care.

Goals of Care: Explaining Encounter Codes Part 1

Bruce Smith, MD, MACP discusses the encounter codes that allow providers to pay for important palliative care consults which include goals of care conversations.

The Need for Communication Skills Training

Anthony Back, MD, Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, offers insights on how communication skills are essential for frontline clinicians as they deal with patients facing serious illness. ...

Palliative Care: YOU Are a BRIDGE

This video animation compares palliative care to the foundation of a bridge. While illness may weaken the foundation, the palliative care team provides a stronger layer of support.

Palliative Care Patient: Regaining a Quality Life

This is Debbie's palliative care story. Debbie is a hair dresser, a business owner and a proud grandmother diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Debbie was in a great amount of pain ...

What People Are Saying About the CAPC National Seminar

Hear what attendees are saying about the CAPC National Seminar.

What Palliative Care Is and Why it Matters

Palliative care specialists, patients and advocate discuss palliative care

Dr Bridget Tracy: This is Why We Are Here

Bridget Tracy, MD, Associate Professor of Palliative Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, speaks about the important dialogue between palliative care specialist and patient.

The Human Connection of Palliative Care: Ten Steps for What To Say and Do

Dr. Diane E. Meier is Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), a national organization devoted to increasing the number and quality of palliative care programs in the ...

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