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7 min ago | Alabama Live
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The parent company for Hospice Compassus , which once operated in Alabama, has agreed to pay $3.92 million to settle allegations that the company submitted false reimbursement claims to the federal government for patients treated at its hospice facilities, federal authorities announced today.
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4 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Hospice of the Valley has achieved Level 1 status from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's We Honor Veterans program.
8 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund shares a review of her first book, "The Last Adventure of Life."
11 hrs ago | This Is Lancashire
BREAKING awareness campaign will see hospices in Bury and Radcliffe featured on the small screen to bust myths about the care they provide.
11 hrs ago | Medical Daily
Despite the overwhelming assumption that personal visits from health care workers make for a healthier elderly population, a new review of the data suggests there is no evidence to support home care visits offer any benefits.
12 hrs ago | Watford Observer
Peace Hospice Care events manager Pete Watson will be sharing his story of success at a large national conference for professional fundraisers.
ACHC Clinical Compliance Educator, Lisa Meadows, will be presenting at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's 29th Management and Leadership Conference on March 28, 2014.
New York State Assemblywoman Amy Paulin is set to hold a press conference on Friday, March 14, on medical marijuana.
Do you have a senior or special needs pet? Has your animal family member recently received a terminal diagnosis or are they nearing end of life? Has your animal recently passed away? Would you love to meet and connect with other members of the Washington State animal loving community? Join the AHELP Project for their Fourth Annual Friendship ... (more)
High school kids think they are invincible. They've seldom had to experience the loss of loved ones.
Dr. Donna Colletti, medical director of the palliative care program at Greenwich Hospital, joined Tony Savino on his segment "Spotlight on Medicine" to discuss the program recently on WCGH Radio.
This story is contributed by a member of the Naples community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Naples Daily News Families from Hope's Partners in Care, Together for Kids, a palliative care program providing support for families with children facing chronic illness, recently gathered for a family fun day at Hope's offices in Fort Myers.
FUNDRAISING can sometimes be a one-off event, but for one woman it has become a way of life after meeting an Indian doctor more than 50 years ago.
Founded in 1979, not-for-profit Hospice Family Care serves terminally ill patients in Madison, Limestone, Morgan, Jackson and Marshall counties.
Losing a loved one is a devastating event and coping with grief and bereavement can be painful and difficult.
I work in a palliative care unit in a local hospital, and I'm all too aware of how important it is to have one's end-of-life wishes documented, notarized and on-hand in case of an emergency.
Gale W. Powers, born January 28, 1933 in Pierrepont, son of Bower E. Powers and Anna Margaret Forward of Pierrepont.