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Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization is 100% grounded in hospice philosophy and standards, advocates excellence in services, promotes ethical practices, and fosters education and research.

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2022 Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization Conference

February 18, 2022 to February 21, 2022 | The Westin San Antonio North

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We Honor Veterans Conference

February 18, 2022 | San Antonio Colonnade Hotel

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One Day Pass to the 2022 TNMHO Conference

February 18, 2022 | San Antonio Colonnade Hotel

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Latest News

TX & NM Hospice Organization Announces New Executive Director, Brandie Baker!

Austin, TX – Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization has selected Brandie Baker as its next executive director. Brandie will succeed Larry Farrow, who is retiring at the end of October after 27 years leading the organization. Brandie first joined TNMHO, a nonprofit member-based association that educates and advocates for Hospices in Texas and New […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information for Hospice Providers

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Hospice News for the Week of 1/25/22

MORE BLACK-OWNED HOSPICES ARE NEEDED IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY   An article in Healthline examines the need for more black-owned hospices to serve African Americans. NHPCO says, about “54 percent of white Medicare patients used the Medicare hospice benefits versus roughly 41 percent of Black Medicare patients enrolled in hospice.” Judi Lund Person, NHPCO’s […]

Hospice News for the Week of 1/20/22

MEDPAC MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS TO CONGRESS FOR 2023 HOSPICE PAYMENTS   MedPAC’s January Meeting, held virtually on January 13 and 14, focused on recommendations to be made to Congress and the federal government on Medicare issues regarding 2023 payments. Kim Neuman, on 1/13, made the presentation “Assessing payment adequacy and updating payments: Hospice services.”   Neuman […]

Regulatory Updates the week of 1/19/22

A Message from Max 2021 was a challenging year for all of us; a continuation of 2020!  Between the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the February winter storm everyone should have been worn out; but like troopers you kept on doing what you needed to do to meet your patients and family’s needs.  No sooner would […]