Improving End-of-Life Care for Cancer Patients
Over the past few years, there have been increased conversations about end-of-life care in America driven by numerous books, films, and newspaper articles. While decreasing aggressive care at the end of life has been a longstanding priority—and challenge—for cancer providers, public awareness and an increased urgency to decrease costs and improve quality make it more important than ever for program leaders to focus on today.
In this webconference, learn how your peers have improved end-of-life care—from activating patients to providing care team training to finding hospice partners with a shared vision for patient care.
Things You’ll Learn:
- Help patients and providers initiate end-of-life conversations
- Integrate palliative care into oncology practice
- Identify hospice providers with shared goals