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HealthCom Media announces new and exciting changes for the Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center in 2024.

DOYLESTOWN, PA — HealthCom Media (HCM), a leading information, marketing services, content development, and healthcare publishing company recently added Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center (MCCRC) to its many resources, which… Continue reading

U.S. Senate Defeats The Deadly Palliative Care Bill for The Third Time

Hospice supporters have been pushing for the Palliative Care and Hospice Education Training Act since 2017. Defeated for the 3rd time December 2022. The recent ProPublica and the New Yorker… Continue reading

Differentiating Palliative vs. Hospice Care

ATTRIBUTES PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPICE CARE/EOL Primary Objective To effectively manage symptomatic advanced conditions by reducing disease exacerbation, hospitalization and maintain physical functioning Goal Engage in Life To provide comfort of… Continue reading

Palliative Care: a Paradigm Shift

PREVENTATIVE – PROTECTIVE – REHABILITATIVE The World Health Organization, The US Department Of Health and Human Services and The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine Move Palliative Care to… Continue reading

2021 Update on Multiple Chronic Conditions

In November 2020 the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), convened the Summit on Transforming Care for People Living with Multiple Chronic Conditions. The summit wasattended by over 100… Continue reading

National Trends in Policy and Practice: Making a Difference

Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center has collaborated with the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing on the National Trends in Policy and Practice: Making a Difference Conference. October 13-15th, 2021… Continue reading

National Trends in Policy and Practice: Making a Difference

Savannah, Georgia October 13-15, 2021 Hyatt Riverfront National, interdisciplinary conference for healthcare professionals, attorneys and general public to inform and update on the current trends in health policy and clinical… Continue reading

Patient Safety – After 20 Years, Shouldn’t We be Doing Better? September is Patient Safety Month

In 1999, the Institutes of Medicine (now called the National Academy of Medicine) published To Error is Human: Building a Safer Health Care System, reporting the U.S. healthcare system was… Continue reading

Hospice Accountability – It’s About Time

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General in July 2019, issued 2 reports on Hospice care in the U.S.: First report was on the deficiencies… Continue reading

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