Transcending Home Care is your source for ideas, insights, advice and implications surrounding the ever-changing landscape of home-based care. Seasoned healthcare consultant Stan Massey brings you compelling discussions with experts from the field to help you successfully evaluate and navigate today’s challenges and opportunities … and give you resources to improve every day.
Is the Healthcare System Ready for Hospital-at-Home?
As medical science and technology evolve, providers can care for increasingly higher acuity patients at home where they prefer to be. Cooper Linton – associate VP of Duke HomeCare & Hospice – discusses Duke’s innovative Hospital-at-Home and COVID Care-at-Home initiatives with host Stan Massey.
Leading Change in Home-Based Care
The role of what home-based care can deliver has evolved dramatically in response to COVID-19. Bill Dombi – Doctor of Law and President of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice – talks with host Stan Massey about three key areas where providers of home-based care can lead important changes essential for the future.
Should nonclinical home care be serving a bigger role?
The need for nonclinical home care is skyrocketing as Baby Boomers get older and desire to age in place. Jeff Salter – founder and CEO of Caring Senior Service – talks with host Stan Massey about the lack of understanding of this crucial service, its important role, its opportunities for career paths and more.
Helping physicians embrace palliative care
Even experienced physicians often misunderstand palliative care and lag on referrals. Annette Collier, MD, FACP – and a palliative care medical director – shares insights with host Stan Massey on how she has successfully partnered with physicians to help them embrace the specialty’s advantages.
Can we build hospice for true equality of care?
There’s a new, critical focus on equality in healthcare. Ronit Elk, PhD – Professor in the School of Medicine, University of Alabama-Birmingham – talks with host Stan Massey about her research to develop culturally based protocols that better engage minority populations with palliative and hospice care.
How can palliative care gain the respect it deserves?
Although it’s an extremely valuable service, palliative care endures a lack of awareness and understanding. Melanie Marien, RPA-C– a longtime palliative care practitioner – talks with host Stan Massey about keys to educating audiences and properly applying palliative care to its full potential.