Tag Archives: Hospice

Report: Hospice Does Not Respond One in Five Times

A new report by Time Magazine shines a harsh light on the hospice care industry in America – reporting that 21 percent of hospices, accounting for more than 84,000 patients, failed to provide critical care to patients in 2015.  The … Continue reading

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Tulsa Zoo’s Oldest Elephant Begins Hospice Care

The Tulsa Zoo announced that it is starting hospice care for its 67-year-old elephant. Gunda is among the oldest elephants in human care. Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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A Look at RACs – Part I: What Do Physicians, Home Health, Hospice, and DME Providers Need to Know?

(June 25, 2010): The purpose of this series of articles is to assess the Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) Program from the perspective of physicians, home health, hospice, durable medical equipment (DME) providers, and other relatively small Medicare providers. As many … Continue reading

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