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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 […]
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PAPER EXAMINES CHALLENGES HOSPICES FACE IN SERVING IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES DURING COVID Kim Mooney is a Colorado-based thanatologist, hospice and bereavement expert, and founder of Practically Dying. Mooney is also author of “The Challenges of Providing Hospice Care in Long-Term Care Facilities During COVID-19.” The paper is a comprehensive review of these challenges, […]
Federal Register Survey Certification and Enforcement Procedures You will see in this packet that many chapters are being amended. You will be interested in 42 Code of Federal Regulations Part 488 Survey, Certification and Enforcement Procedure. This chapter addresses hospice survey and enforcement requirements. CMS enhanced the hospice program survey process by requiring the use […]
FORSTER SAYS CMS HOSPICE SURVEY REVISIONS ARE “JUST THE BEGINNING” Theresa Forster is vice president for hospice policy and programs at National Association for hospice policy and programs at National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC). Forster says CMS’s finalized 2022 home health payment rule is “likely just the tip of the iceberg […]