Clinical care professionals on working with hospice providers, hospitals, and families on behalf of residents aging in place until the very end
By Whitney Redding
Hospice and other third-party providers are the essential link that helps
residents remain—and eventually die,
depending on personal preference
and state regulations—at home.
When establishing relationships
with hospice and other third parties,
carefully fine-tune contracts, set
expectations on both sides, and
discuss documentation procedures.
The formation of ACOs presents an
opportunity for senior living providers
to develop more formal relationships