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    Become a Community Leader Applications due December 6 Are you interested in getting more involved with AAHPM? Have you thought about serving as a leader of a Council, Special Interest Group (SIG) or Forum? Consider becoming a community leader ...

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    I have used data from CAPC along with the data my center had on readmission data for COPD, CHF + cancer as well as code status/adv directive completion. I also tracked all requests for OP clinic over a period of time to demonstrate need/want was there ...

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    Dr. Guerry, If I could add my 2 cents from the community pharmacy and managed care perspective, I see prescribing Exalgo to patients upon discharge may become troublesome during transitions of care.  I'm understanding that you said some insurance company ...

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  • If youre like me, then you cant get enough of these exciting meetings with high concentrations of hospice and palliative care researchers: the National Palliative Care Research Centers Annual Foley Retreat, the Palliative Care Research Cooperative Group meetings, the Beeson meeting, and more.  All of these meetings have high concentrations of engaged palliative care researchers. Similarly, the Annual Assembly of ... Read moreState of the Science in Hospice in Palliative Care: Who Should Go and Why?
  • Get involved in AAHPM by serving as a Forum, Special Interest Group (SIG), or Council leader. Applications are now open through November 25. This is a great opportunity to stay informed about the work of the Academy and helps ensure your unique group voice is heard. The new edition of the HPM FAST Hospice Regulatory online ... Read moreWeek in Review: November 4-8
  • Read the editor’s picks for the most recent issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM), the official journal of AAHPM. Patient-Reported Symptoms Improve Performance of Risk Prediction Models for Emergency Department Visits Among Patients With Cancer: A Population-Wide Study in Ontario Using Administrative Data Rinku Sutradhar, Mehdi Rostami, Lisa Barbera Outcomes of Palliative Care ... Read moreHighlights of the November 2019 Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

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