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.
October 28, 2019 to October 29, 2019 | La Fonda on the Plaza, Santa Fe, NM 87501
February 28, 2020 to March 01, 2020 | La Fonda Hotel on the Plaza, Santa Fe, NM
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Food. Art. Culture. History. (Oh, and top-notch hospice billing information, too, of course.) | MACtoberfest with TNMHO and PGBA: October 28-29, 2019 | Most visits to Santa Fe come to experience the city’s internationally renowned art and culture. Others are drawn by the cuisine – restaurants include James Beard Award winners and hole-in-the-wall […]
Sign-up for our Members Only Webinar: Common Claim Challenges and How to Fix Sept. 12, 2019 11 AM Central Free for Members of TNMHO Objectives Know how to correct NOE/NOTR errors to save your agency from having non billable days 2. Know about the changes to NOTR’s beginning July 2, 2018 3. Know how to […]
Texas Register Highlights You may be interested in this if you do business with an assisted living. You are part of the communication and coordination pieces. TITLE 26. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PART 1. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION CHAPTER 553. LICENSING STANDARDS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES SUBCHAPTER C. STANDARDS FOR LICENSURE 26 TAC §553.44–The […]
NEW RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HOW POLICY LEADERS CAN IMPROVE PALLIATIVE CARE IN THEIR STATES
Though palliative care treatment effectively improves both quality of life and quality of care for patients, and at a lower cost than traditional care, the numbers for patients receiving palliative care is still low. In fact, according to an article in Health Affairs, “Fewer than 5 percent of individuals who could benefit from palliative care receive it.” “States, which spend more than 50 percent of their Medicaid budgets on 5 percent of beneficiaries with complex conditions, are increasingly interested in palliative care and the value it brings to systems that support individuals with serious illnesses.”
MANY FACTORS CAN COMPLICATE A PATIENT’S DECISION TO PURSUE LATE-STAGE CANCER INTERVENTIONS
EXPERTS SHARE POINTS OF “NETIQUETTE” FOR FACING DEATH AND GRIEVING ONLINE
Two new hospice training videos are available on the CMS website. The courses, which are designed to be taken at any participant’s pace, offer detailed training on the Hospice Quality Reporting System (HQRP).