Palliative care vs. hospice care and hospice eligibility

Palliative care vs. hospice care and hospice eligibility
As resident acuity increases, LTC settings are increasingly working with hospice and palliative care organizations. But what is the difference between hospice and palliative care? How can we work in partnership to better enhance resident quality of life?
Join us for an informative webinar on hospice and palliative care, designed to enhance your understanding of these vital healthcare services. Whether you're newer to healthcare or a well-seasoned professional, this webinar will provide valuable insights into the principles, practices, and benefits of hospice and palliative care.

Key topics include the differences between hospice and palliative care, the role of interdisciplinary teams in providing comprehensive care, strategies for managing symptoms and improving quality of life, and the importance of advance care planning. Through case studies and interactive discussions, you'll gain practical knowledge that you can apply in your own practice or personal caregiving.

Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your knowledge and skills to better enhance your residents’ quality of life.

Speaker imageJennifer Adamek. RN
Vice President of Clinical Operations, Moments Hospice

Jennifer Adamek, RN, is vice president of clinical operations at Moments Hospice. A registered nurse with extensive experience in clinical leadership, she has worked for over twenty years in the overlapping fields of assisted living, long-term care, and hospice. She began her work at Moments in 2018 on the clinical team, and now oversees all Moments’ clinical hospice programs. In addition to her managerial role, Jenny is responsible for hiring, training, marketing, community education, and quality assurance planning and implementation. Jennifer is passionate about patient care and ensuring that patients’ needs are met at the most critical times in their lives. She constantly looks for ways to improve the quality of care for each patient and emphasizes the importance of communication among hospice team members and with patients’ family members. Her focus is on building the efficiency of the field staff, ensuring consistency and continuous momentum of care, and improving the quality indicators of Moments’ programs. Jennifer is dedicated to the idea of hospice and to the patients, families, and employees she serves. Jenny spends her free time with her daughter and son, attending all of their extracurricular activities. Her daughter is a three-sport athlete.

Event details
DATE: April 4, 2024
TIME: 1:00–2:30 PM
COST: $90/member registrant, $180/non-member registrant (with CEs)
$60/member registrant, $120/non-member registrant (NO CEs)
CEs*: Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 1.5 clock/contact hours
CODE: MN24-92436
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4/4/2024 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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