Pediatric Palliative Care Providers Seek to Improve Parental Engagement

Pediatric palliative care providers can sometimes struggle to engage parents and families. Parental engagement can be a difficult hill for pediatric palliative providers to climb. Families often contend with an array of competing practical, financial and medical obstacles related to managing a serious or life-limiting illness. Parents and guardians frequently experience feelings of stress, anxiety […]

Where Hospices Are Seeing the Greatest ROI on Staffing Investments

Amid persistent workforce shortages, sign-on and employee referral bonuses, as well as enhanced benefits, are bearing the most fruit for hospice providers. Though many providers are reporting upward trends when it comes to recruitment and retention, some clinical and administrative vacancies remain pain points. Filling gaps in the hospice workforce has come with hefty financial […]

1Care’s COO: Executives with Bedside Experience Give Hospices a Competitive Edge

Hospice executives with a nursing background can bring unique competitive advantages. This has been the case for Nevada-based 1Care Hospice & 1Care Kids, particularly as they contended with the pandemic and widespread workforce shortages, according to COO Eddie Belluomini. A group of hospice and palliative care leaders with nursing experience established 1Care in October 2020. […]