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Hospice Providers Weigh Labor Gains Against Rising Costs

Hospice News

When it comes to labor, hospice providers are walking a balance beam between the need to increase capacity and the long-term sustainability of offering bonuses, tech investments and larger benefits packages. Publicly traded hospice providers have reported improvements on turnover and workforce shortages. But the strides have come at a cost. While the public companies do not represent the entire industry, their obligation to keep investors informed regarding their financial performance can provi

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Everyday challenges of being a nurse team leader: “Do you have two minutes?”

Evidence-Based Nursing - BMJ blogs

Blog by Jo McVey (Lecturer of Mental Health Nursing) at Glasgow Caledonian University. Being a N urse Team Leader in Older Adult Community Mental Health Services is three-fold: there is the management of staff, the management of a caseload of patients, and the management of a service. The advice given is “be prepared and be organised,” however, the reality is that we must be prepared to be unprepared.

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How Long Can You Be in Palliative Care?

Seasons Hospice

Is There A Length Of Time For Palliative Care? Palliative care is a type of medical care that focuses on providing relief from the symptoms, stress, and pain of serious illnesses. It helps individuals live as comfortably as possible during their illness by managing physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical aspects of care. While it may be used in conjunction with curative treatment plans to help manage symptoms or side effects of treatments, it is not intended to cure an illness.

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Nursing Tip of the Day! - Fundamentals

Nurse Nacole

Category: Fundamentals Historically, gout has been called the “disease of kings.” For years, gout was believed to be caused by an overindulgence in food and alcohol. While dietary factors can play a role, they are not the only factors leading to gout development.

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The Ultimate Guide to Improving Caregiver Engagement & Retention

Want to learn how to retain your caregivers & improve caregiver retention X3? The home care industry is experiencing turnover rates of over 80%. How are you ensuring your agency is retaining caregivers? This FREE eBook from Smartcare Software is packed with industry secrets needed to keep your caregivers happy, engaged, and retained, unlocking the full potential of your agency.

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Hospice Promise Is Committed to Providing Compassionate End-Of-Life Care to Our Community

Hospice Promise

Hospice Promise is dedicated to providing compassionate end-of-life care and making a positive difference in the lives of our patients, their families, and our community. We are committed to meeting our patients’ unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs while providing them with comfort and dignity throughout their journey. The post Hospice Promise Is Committed to Providing Compassionate End-Of-Life Care to Our Community appeared first on Hospice Promise.