Our 2020 convention is jam-packed with experiences to help you tap-in, tune-up, and recharge your batteries as a hospice professional. Here’s a sneak peek at just a few of the dynamic offerings:


The Art of Happiness

Why should there be a presentation on happiness at a conference focusing on death, dying and grief? It is because hospice workers know how precious each day is to them. This presentation will show how changing your perceptions will increase happiness. It will also give the three reasons you can be happy and the four ways to happiness.

Presented by Danny Mack, D. Min.

Director of Spiritual and Social Services

Christian Care Hospice


Palmetto GBA Workshop: Billing and Medical Review

This four-part series is designed for hospice providers, billers, administrative staff and clinicians to equip
them with the tools they need to be successful with Medicare billing and documentation.

Presented by Charles Canaan, MPH, BSN, RN, CCA, CPC,

Senior Provider Education Consultant

Palmetto GBA




Don’t Take a Hindu to a Rodeo: Cultural Diversity in Palliative Medicine

Cultural Diversity is an increasingly important aspect of our interactions among our Palliative Organizations and interactions with others. Everyday actions that we do without thinking can do harm to others without our realization. Educating ourselves on our diversity can lessen this risk.

Presented by Kelly Klein, MD

Associate Professor, Program Director

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center




The full program of conference sessions is right here. We look forward to seeing you in Santa Fe!


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