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STAFF SHORTAGES CAUSE SOME HOSPICES TO “ASK NEW PATIENTS TO WAIT” An article in New York Times, written by Paula Span, is titled “Short on Staff, Some Hospices Ask New Patients to Wait.” The article opens with the story of 89-year-old Anne Cotton who was told by Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care, which serves […]
Texas Register TITLE 26. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PART 1. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION 26 TAC §558.960- HCSSA staff must comply with a long-term care facility’s infection control protocols when entering to provide essential services. To review, go to: https://www.sos.state.tx.us/texreg/archive/October82021/Emergency%20Rules/26.HEALTH%20AND%20HUMAN%20SERVICES.html#5. Federal News and Information Palmetto GBA Meet Your MAC Palmetto GBA is introducing a […]
DIGNITY THERAPY FOCUSES ON MAKING LAST WORDS COUNT An article in Knowable Magazine addresses the history of dignity therapy (DT), the importance of the therapy, the helpfulness patients and staff report, and the rarity of how often it is used in the US. Some people who are dying “wish for death and contemplate suicide.” […]