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Tune in for informative conversations covering a range of topics for post-acute providers. The Post-Acute POV focuses on the importance of innovative technology in care settings, and how it can help home-based and facility-based organizations optimize clinical, operational, and financial processes while delivering exceptional care and support for patients and residents. With new topics and guests on each episode, we explore trends and solutions that make connecting and collaborating across t ...
 
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Trained as a nurse and focused on research, Dr. Ferrell has led cancer nursing, pain management, and nursing education in end of life care. She helped create the nursing agenda for ensuring nursing has the skills to care for individuals with serious illness in the creation of the ELNEC project. She has mentored and educated nurses internationally a…
 
Remembering a loved one with a memorial tattoo is a unique way of creating meaning out of loss. Memorial tattoos, also known remembrance tattoos, can be a meaningful part of a grief journey. Many people who’ve experienced the loss of a loved one get tattoos in memory of someone special, a friend or loved one, or even a pet. Sometimes it’s a name, s…
 
Trained as physician, Dr. Meier was geriatrician at Mt. Sinai who has been a thought leader in palliative care. She has been involved in many aspects of palliative care. She created CAPC and won a MacArthur Award for her work.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
In episode 3 of our series in honor of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we’re sharing what we think hospice will look like in the future, along with our wishes for end of life care. The large Baby Boomer population is going to require skilled clinicians, and a lot of them! The use of telehealth has become a valuable tool for hospice team…
 
Episode 097 - The A2Z HealingToolbox for Those Who Grieve (Mon. 11-15-2021) Susan Hannifin-MacNab is the creator of the A to Z Healing Toolbox, a great resource for navigating grief and trauma with practical tools and resources. Susan became a widow when her husband was killed in a car accident, leaving her with a young son. Using the wisdom she ga…
 
Trained as a social worker, Ms. Atilio has been a leader in social work. She was PDIA scholar and a MayDay Fellow and led the development of the role of social work in pain management. She co-edited the Textbook of Palliative Social Work.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in nursing Dr. Coyle began her palliative care career in pain control at MSKCC. She has mentored and educated nurses internationally as well as written books, and numerous, chapters, and articles. She was co-editor of the early editions of the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing. She has lectured extensively on pain and palliative care as…
 
In part 2 of our series in celebration of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we’re discussing current trends in hospice in the U.S. Hospice has changed through the years. While we still take care of cancer patients, we also see patients at end of life with other diagnoses - cardiac, dementia, respiratory, stroke, and kidney (renal) conditi…
 
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month! We’re talking about the history of hospice, including medieval hospice houses, Dame Cicely Saunders, Florence Wald, and the modern hospice movement. The rich history of hospice began in medieval times as monks and nuns of the religious orders of the time created hospice houses where travelers …
 
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Jessica Zitter back to the podcast to talk about her new documentary “Caregiver: A Love Story”. As a critical care and palliative care physician, Dr. Zitter has seen the true struggles of caregivers of loved ones with serious illness. Dr. Zitter is also the author of Extreme Measures: Finding A Better Path to the End …
 
In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Navin Gupta, SVP of the home and hospice division at MatrixCare, is joined by Jarrett Bauer, CEO and co-founder at Health Recovery Solutions, to discuss the impact of telehealth and remote patient monitoring. Join Jarrett and Navin as they discuss how remote patient monitoring tools have evolved with …
 
We’re sharing our top 10 tips for the over 53 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S.! Caregiving is a hard job. It takes patience, energy, self-awareness, and endurance. We’ve been personal caregivers for family members and friends on hospice, in addition to our work as end of life professionals. To help our caregiving colleagues, we’ve put together…
 
Trained as a primary care physician who care for older adults. He was medical director of the first hospice residence in Massachusetts, and then became a teacher to medical students about palliative care. He is now retired.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as an emergency physician, Dr. Byock has been involved with hospice and palliative care since the 1970s. He is a past president of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine He led the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Promoting Excellence in End of Life Care program and the Missoula Demonstration Project. He directs the Center fo…
 
Trained as a nurse, Dr. Corless has focused her care on hospice and care of patients with HIV/AIDS. She is part of the International Workgroup on Death and Dying and emeritus at the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She serves on the National Academy of Practice’s Policy Committee and on the Finance & Operating Committee of the Council for the A…
 
Educated as a sociologist, Dr. Clark has been in the center of hospice and palliative care throughout his career. He is a social scientist and historian. He wrote a definitive biography on Dame Cecily Saunders. He is now emeritus as University of Glasgow.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Patients with serious illness frequently need pain management. How do hospice teams manage opioids and the challenges that come with them? There’s often a lack of understanding about how pain medications are used in end of life care. When a patient’s pain is managed, his quality of life is better. Hospice physicians and nurses are responsible for e…
 
Funeralocity is a great resource for both consumers and hospice professionals when it comes to funeral planning. Funeralocity provides information to help users compare up-to-date pricing and services from funeral homes and cremation providers in their area, get pricing and services for funeral homes enrolled in the Excellence Provider Program, and…
 
In the latest episode of the Post-Acute POV, Navin Gupta, SVP of the home and hospice division at MatrixCare, is joined by Seth Joseph, managing director, Summit Health, and chief strategy officer, Swift Medical. The pair takes part in an insightful conversation on the evolution of the EHR (electronic health record), the transition to the intellige…
 
Trained as a physician, Dr. Von Gunten let one of the first palliative care programs at Northwestern Hospital. He then led the San Diego Hospice and started and international program. He is editor of the Journal of Palliative Medicine. Dr. Ferris trained in Canada and developed home-based palliative care and then worked on the EPEC- O curriculum. H…
 
Trained in economics, Ms. Gibson is the is a senior advisor at The Hastings Center. She led national health care quality and safety initiatives at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She was chief architect of the foundation’s decade-long strategy that successfully established palliative care in more than 1,600 hospitals in the United States.…
 
It’s a hospice patient’s right to choose how medications are managed. Deprescribing (simplifying or reducing) meds can be a huge benefit to both patient and caregiver. There’s a myth that all the medications will be stopped when a seriously ill patient is admitted to hospice services. Not true!! Medications for hospice patients are reviewed by the …
 
In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Kerri Harpole, RN, Director of Product Specialists at MatrixCare, sits down with Melissa Kozak, RN, Co-Founder and President at Citus Health to discuss how technology is streamlining collaboration and communication in home-based care. Join Kerri and Melissa as they discuss one provider to another, the…
 
Founder Kevin Long and the team at Give A Mile help to connect loved ones when they need it most. After experiencing the loss of his close friend Ryan, Kevin launched Give A Mile. According to the Give A Mile website, “Give A Mile is a group of dedicated volunteers who believe strongly in the power of visits from loved ones for people in palliative…
 
Trained as a physician, Dr. Foley focused on pain management within neurology and started palliative care. She originated the Project on Death in America and developed an international plan for palliative care worldwide. Dr Foley is emeritus at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as physician, Dr. Lynn was an early hospice physician geriatrician and long term care physician. She developed the and ran the SUPPORT study. She has served at CMS, IHI, and the Washington Department of Health to improve the quality of health care and care to elders.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained in public administration, Ms. Twohig has a long history of involvement with community based programs. She served as deputy director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s national program Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care and then was deputy director of the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life at Duke University. She is current…
 
Hospice interdisciplinary teams provide the best care possible for seriously ill people, no matter where they call home. Whether it’s a long term care facility (nursing home), assisted living facility, private residence or apartment, halfway house, a homeless shelter, or on the streets, end of life care professionals try to meet the needs of the pa…
 
In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host, Mauricio Hermosillo, Product Manager for Enterprise Financials at MatrixCare, is joined by Stacy Dobson, CFO, United Methodist Retirement Homes, to discuss the intricacies of managing financials in post-acute care. Join Mauricio and Stacy as they have a conversation on how using technology to support…
 
Utilizing every discipline on the hospice interdisciplinary team helps to ensure the best outcomes and quality of care. Here 's why. Each member of a hospice team brings unique skills along with specialized training to the care of a seriously ill patient, and their caregivers, too. Nurses (RNs, LVNs/LPNs), doctors, and nurse practitioners manage th…
 
Trained as a urologic oncology surgeon, Dr. Mount is the father of palliative care in North America. He coined the term palliative care, while he developed a robust palliative care program at McGill University in Montreal Canada. He also began the McGill Biennial International Congress. He also helped develop a manual for other programs across the …
 
Trained as a psychologist, Dr. Connor has been involved in hospice care since the 1970s. He worked in the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization around the Hospice Benefit. For the last 15 years, he has focused on international palliative care. He is Executive Director of the Worldwide Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance.…
 
Barbara Karnes, author of the iconic hospice guide “the little blue book” Gone from My Sight, talks with Jerry and Helen about ritual, self care wisdom, and thriving as end of life workers. We’re honored to feature our third discussion with Barbara about what she’s seen during the last year. As a hospice RN, Barbara understands how important it is …
 
In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Amy Wootton, RDN, Director of Nutrition, MatrixCare, is joined by Anita Hoffman, Director of Culinary Service, and Nicole Fresta, Clinical Dietitian, Palm Garden Health and Rehabilitation Center, for a conversation on managing food allergens across post-acute care. Listen in as Amy, Anita, and Nicole …
 
Trained in public health, Ms. Lund Person was involved in the development of hospice in its early years and worked on the passage of the Medicare Hospice Benefit. She is the Vice President of Regulator and Compliance for NHPCO.By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
Trained as a physician, he was a pioneer in hospice care and pain management. Dr Twycross served as the Director of the World Health Organization's Collaborating Centre for Palliative Care from 1988–2005,By Palliative Care Chat - University of MD Baltimore
 
There’s a lot to process when a hospice patient dies. Grief emotions along with business decisions can make it complicated. Today we’re talking about what a hospice death events looks. Death is common in hospice care, and interdisciplinary teams are highly skilled in caring for patients and families when it occurs. Nurses, social workers, chaplains…
 
One of the major milestones in serious illness occurs when a patient stops eating and drinking. We're talking about why it happens, how to cope with it, and what it means. When someone with a serious illness moves toward death, he might begin to have difficulty taking in food or fluids. It's a hard thing for those who love them to watch. Patient mi…
 
Linda Bryce has worn many hats in her career: attorney, advocate for the elderly, ordained minister, bedside singer, author, and end of life doula. The culmination of all her experiences has been collected into her book, The Courage to Care: Being Fully Present With the Dying. She has been a hospice vigil volunteer and has sat at the bedside of hun…
 
When you want to support someone who’s going through grief, loss, or a difficult life transition, a carefully curated care package from Beyond Words Co. is the perfect way to say you care. Founder Catherine Hinz realized through her own grief experience how much we need thoughtful care. Through the specially chosen products of a care package from B…
 
How long does the patient have? It’s probably the hardest question for the hospice team to answer. Patients and families have different motives for asking. Sometimes it’s as simple as needing to know how much time to ask off from work, or when to schedule FMLA. The motive for asking the “time question” might be more complicated, related to caregive…
 
Introduction In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Navin Gupta, SVP of the home and hospice division at MatrixCare, is joined by Rachel Petersen, Manager of Product Innovation, Medication History and PDMP at Surescripts, and Jill Lytwyn, Key Account Executive at Surescripts. The three discuss driving better patient outcomes via medication…
 
Author Jill Johnson-Young knows a thing or two about grief. She shares her deep, funny, irreverent wisdom in an interview with The Heart of Hospice. Jill is a social worker based in California, owner of Central Counseling Services and is the author of The Rebellious Widow, an insightful look into managing grief on your own terms. After losing two s…
 
There’s a great virtual learning opportunity from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization at the IDC 2021! The Interdisciplinary Conference 2021 brought together by NHPCO will offer some highly valuable education to hospice and palliative care professionals on September 20-22, 2021. It’s all virtual this year, eliminating the cost of …
 
Document, document, document! Documentation is vital to how hospice works, but how can we keep it from disrupting patient care? Even though it seems to be a nuisance and takes a lot of time, it’s crucial to the care of seriously ill patients to document everything we do for our patients. Medical records are created from our documentation. It’s how …
 
Introduction In this special episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Navin Gupta, SVP of the home and hospice division at MatrixCare, is joined by Steve Pacicco, president and CEO at MatrixCare, and Bill Dombi, president and CEO at National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), to have a conversation on the expansion into community-based care …
 
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