What hospice doctors need to know when they do a home visit

October 2007
Hospice Management Advisor;Oct2007, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p109
The article discusses the things that hospice doctors need to consider when they do a home visit. It is stated that many challengers are faced by physicians and other health care practitioners in making a home care visit. A list of ideas from Deidra R. Woods, hospice medical director of LifePath Hospice & Palliative Care Inc., and Terri Massaro, a nurse practitioner with LifePath Hospice & Palliative Care, about the challenges to successful practitioner home visits.


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