Resources about Hospice
PDPM and Staff Training: The Intersection of Payment Reform and the Requirements of Participation
Watch this webinar to understand how PDPM may change your resident population and how that ties into staff skills.
New Wave of Palliative Care: Not Just for Specialists
Watch this webinar as we identify the new key concepts, themes, and major revisions to the 4th edition of the NCP Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care.
Preparing for 2019: OASIS D and CoP Update
Get an overview of changes in the interpretive guidelines for comprehensive assessment and care planning along with a deep dive into OASIS D changes.
A Step Above: Providing Dementia Care in Home Care and Hospice
Watch this on-demand webinar with Teepa Snow, the leader in dementia training, as she discusses best practices for providing dementia care in a home and hospice setting.
Teepa Snow Library
Normal Aging or Dementia? Before you start assuming that symptoms or behaviors you see in someone who is changing are due to the effects of dementia, it's important to get things checked out.
Primary Palliative Care for All: Are Your Nurses Prepared?
Watch this webinar as we detail the growing demand for palliative care across the US and discuss the importance of educating all nurses in primary palliative care.
Advance Care Planning
Healthcare providers are increasingly recognizing that communication about goals of care is one of the most important elements in achieving clinical excellence.
Intended for direct care workers such as CNAs in post-acute care settings, this course covers the assessment and management of urinary incontinence.
Conquering the Caregiver Recruiting and Retention Crisis
Learn about the magnitude of this crisis and explore how it is negatively affecting you, your team members, and your agency.
Palliative Care Training To Drive Outcomes
Learn how organizations are using online palliative care training to measurably improve HCAHPS scores and clinical outcomes.
Communicating with Older Adults with Dementia
Communicating with older adults who have dementia can be quite a challenge. There are techniques, however, that can be used to effectively communicate with older adults who have dementia, even those who are severely cognitively impaired.
Clinician Implications of the New Wage Index
2016 Wage Index Changes and Impact Payment-related changes associated with the FY 2016 Hospice Wage Index are having a direct, ....
Hospice Care: Introduction to Palliative Care
Palliative care is being embraced by healthcare payers and ACOs as a means of treating the whole patient. Palliative care has been proven to lower costs, but providers are now faced
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