Inpatient hospice, nursing home situation is win-win

April 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Apr2008, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p40
The article provides information about the Rainbow Hospice agency in Park Ridge, Illinois. According to chief executive officer (CEO) Pat Ahern of the hospice, the theme of the hospice was a result of their eagerness to provide a more homelike environment without having restricted hospital visiting hours. As part of their service plan, the management paid for the renovation of their facility for a home-like reception and waiting area, and other utilities.


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