Hospice of the Western Reserve Boosts COVID Resilience Via JVs, Partnerships

After hitting some financial setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland, Ohio-based Hospice of the Western Reserve plans to leverage joint ventures and collaborative partnerships to fuel growth. Hospice of the Western Reserve is among the many hospices nationwide that has been pummeled by financial blows of the coronavirus pandemic. Economic fallout from COVID-19 was […]

Hospice of Medina County Closes Inpatient Unit, Reduces Staff

Cleveland, Ohio-based Hospice of the Western Reserve and its affiliate, Hospice of Medina County, have initiated staff layoffs and other cost cutting measures including the suspension of inpatient care at HMC’s Inpatient Care Center. The hospice cited increasing demand for hospice services, new regulatory requirements and declining Medicare reimbursements have led to reduced inpatient admissions. […]

Drone Flights Bring Comfort to Hospice Patients

Ohio-based aerial drone photography company Aerial Anthropology has launched a nonprofit arm called the Flight to Remember Foundation that gives hospice patients a last look at a special place from their past, as well as sights they have always wished to see.  The founders of Aerial Anthropology, married couple Ashley and Tom Davis, founded the […]

Family Caregiver Training Helps Keep Hospice Patients At Home

Many patients would be unable to remain in their homes without family support, leading to costly hospitalizations and nursing home admissions, but these caregivers often need education on how to care for their loved ones at the end-of-life, a well as lessons self-care and how to cope with loss, stress, and grief. Hospice providers adhere […]