New payment models, technological innovations and the widespread adoption of telehealth have transformed the landscape of palliative care on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic. And never before has the demand for palliative care been greater.
To address that growing need, Hospice News’ Palliative Care Summit will provide a platform for hospice operators to learn and discuss the latest trends in palliative care.
“COVID-19 has led to an increased demand for palliative care services because people are suffering but care is not available,” says Hospice News editor Jim Parker. “Industry leaders need to come together to overcome these challenges, and the Palliative Care Summit is an amazing platform to accomplish that.”
As challenges and opportunities continue to rise in the pandemic’s wake, care providers must leverage each other’s expertise to build strength and sustainability moving forward. The Palliative Care Summit is a dynamic event where the industry’s brightest minds and strongest leaders come together to discuss the foremost topics that are top-of-mind for today’s care providers.
This three-day palliative care event will dive deep into the trends shaping the future, from the impact of COVID-19 to the changing regulatory climate. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear new perspectives on pressing issues, while networking with other providers facing similar challenges. They will also have the chance to engage panelists directly for a more personalized experience on topics including:
- The State of the Palliative Care
- The Emergence of Telehealth and Palliative Care
- Palliative Care Strategies for Home Health and Hospice Providers
- Building Payer Relationships for Financially Viable Palliative Care
- Looking to the Future: A Medicare Benefit for Palliative Care
“The need for community-based palliative care has never been greater,” Parker says. “Much of the aging population is dealing with a chronic illness or multiple serious conditions, and the global pandemic has only exacerbated the risks and associated concerns.”
To learn more and to register, visit: palliativecare.hospicenews.com/