Palliative & Advance Care Planning Library
Connecting patients, their families, and support network, with educational resource to help manage a serious illness.
Palliative care is a relatively new discipline in the United States and one of the fastest-growing services in health care in the last decade. With adults living longer, many are coping with serious illnesses that slowly worsen over time. Providing palliative care helps improves a patient’s quality of life by reducing the symptoms of suffering.
Programs in this library are designed to help patients and caregivers understand palliative care, how they will experience care, and how they can benefit from palliative care during treatment. This library includes educational programming on physical and emotional comfort, chronic pain management, and advance directives. All of our programming is compliant with nationally recognized care standards and designed to encourage patients to live their best life. This comprehensive library includes:
- Advanced Directives
- Understanding Palliative Care
- Symptoms / Chronic Pain Management
- HCAHPS / Patient Satisfaction
- Joint Commission
- CMS Quality Measures
- Joint Commission Accreditation
- Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act (PCHETA) (HR67)
Multiplatform delivery tools enhance the reach and efficiency of these resources through easy accessibility when and where you need it most, while EMR integration supports assignment and tracking of education within staff workflow.