2020 Leadership & Advocacy Conference – REGISTER NOW!

2020 Leadership & Advocacy ConferenceMarch 23 – 24, 2020: Preconference (Advocacy Training Sessions will be Monday afternoon, and Congressional Meetings will be all day Tuesday)March 25 – 27, 2020: Main Conference Registration for the 2020 Leadership and Advocacy Conference (LAC) is NOW OPEN! Learn current hospice and palliative care federal policy and advocacy techniques from experienced lobbyists, industry…

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My Hospice Ambassador Spotlight: Patty Ramsden

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For My Hospice Ambassadors, like Patty Ramsden, it means acting as a leader in their state to support Medicare’s first coordinated care model and protect the Medicare Hospice Benefit. My Hospice Ambassadors are hospice and palliative care professionals with an interest in advocacy who…

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My Hospice Round Up: Holiday Season

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. This month, we asked the #MyHospice community to share stories about how they make the holiday season a bit brighter for the patients, families and communities they serve. See some of their responses below: We have a “Tree of Remembrance” ceremony where…

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Next Generation Leadership Council & My Hospice: Ryan’s Story

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For Next Generation Leaders, like Ryan, it means investing in the development of young leaders who will continue to support Medicare’s first coordinated care model and protect the Medicare Hospice Benefit. NHPCO’s Next Generation Leadership Council provides an opportunity for young leaders to help…

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My Hospice: Brooke’s Story

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For hospice staff like Brooke, it means working with patients who reinforce and remind them why hospice is their passion. As Medicare’s first coordinated care model, we must protect the services and care provided by individuals like Brooke under the hospice Medicare…

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My Hospice Ambassador Spotlight: Torrie Campbell

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For My Hospice Ambassadors, like Torrie Campbell, it means acting as a leader in their state to support Medicare’s first coordinated care model and protect the Medicare Hospice Benefit. My Hospice Ambassadors are hospice and palliative care professionals with an interest in advocacy who…

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My Hospice: Hospice Month Round-Up

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. Throughout National Hospice & Palliative Care Month, we have asked members of the hospice community to share what #MyHospice means to them. See some of their stories below: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Hoffmann Hospice (@hoffmannhospicecares) on Nov…

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My Hospice: Helen’s Story

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For Helen, it meant being able to go to a “prom” with her boyfriend put on by the facility and her hospice team joined in. As Medicare’s first coordinated care model, we must protect the Medicare Hospice Benefit for patients like Helen and the volunteers…

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My Hospice: April’s Story

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For April McClure, it meant being able to help her mother find peace before she died. As Medicare’s first coordinated care model, we must protect the services provided for patients like April’s mother through the Medicare Hospice Benefit. In 2009, April McClure…

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My Hospice: Eliza’s Story

What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. For Eliza, it meant being able to recreate the prom she never got to experience in high school. As Medicare’s first coordinated care model, we must protect the Medicare Hospice Benefit so that patients like Eliza are able to continue to make special memories even…

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