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2023 Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization Conference

2023 Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization Conference


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Texas and New Mexico Hospice Organization is excited to hold our Annual Convention at the Las Colinas Omni Hotel on Feb. 25-27. We invite you to join us in our celebration of our 41st Hospice Conference. We are expecting over 350 professionals in attendance again this year.

Can only make it one day?   Click here to purchase a one-day ticket. 

Sending 4 or More Professionals from the Same Agency? Use the coupon code 4ormore to receive $100 off. 

Additional information

Member Price

Early Bird $375 until 1/17/2023, Login to Get Member Rate.

Event Details

Start date: February 25, 2023

End date: February 27, 2023

Start time: 08:00 a.m.

End time: 05:00 p.m.

Venue: Las Colinas Omni Hotel

Phone: 512-454-1247



The Omni Hotel is our conference hotel and we have negotiated special room rates for our conference guests. The group room rate will be $169 a night. Please use the link to book your room below:

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Conference Overview

The purpose of this education activity is to enhance the comfort and skills of the General and Hospice and Palliative Care Professional in the area of Interprofessional pain management by addressing skills for working with patients and families with multiple disciplines in an effort to serve the patients and families.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the required elements for an acceptable Plan of Correction.
  • Identify appropriate ethical boundaries that honor your professional role.
  • Identify appropriate means of managing personal needs to protect your professional role.
  • Discuss techniques to help patients and their families to validate their decisions at the end of life.
  • Describe current standards for determining hospice eligibility.
  • Discuss trends related to healthcare delivery which impact hospice and palliative care.
  • Outline key components of what hospice faces in terms of state and federal policy.
  • Identify the role of clinicians in providing realistic prognoses for patients with advanced illness.

Who should attend?

Administrators, Billers, Managers, Nurses, Clinical, Physicians, and Support Staff CEOs, CFOs, Spiritual Care, Bereavement, Volunteer Coordinators, Volunteers, etc..

Continuing Education Credits:

See brochure for more details on accreditations and CE credits.
15 Hours for nurses
15 Hours for Physicians
Up to 15 Hours for Administrators
Up to 15 Hours for Social Workers and LPC

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Hear from Members Like You


Would definitely recommend! Very informative, thank you.

Chad, Hospice Owner   Member since 2018

Great opportunity to network and get up to date information on topics relative to my everyday experiences.

Pam B.   Member since 2001

Excellent first experience with this conference and the people who share the common passion. Great facility. Looking forward to developing my practice and future with the organization!

Nancy P.

I have always enjoyed your conferences. Thank you! You pick the most wonderful conference topics.