10 Reasons to be Thankful for Home Care & Hospice

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More people die from chronic disease than from acute disease. What this suggests is that the future will be about the management of chronic disease and not acute illness. The number of people going into hospitals will be fewer and they will spend less time there. What will increase by geometric progressions is the number […]

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Dignity: A Story for Home Care & Hospice Month

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by NAHC Director of Membership Lisa Rackstraw My father was diagnosed with kidney cancer when he was 42 years old. One day Dad seemed fine, the next day surgeons were rushing him into surgery in Denver, Colorado to remove a kidney that contained a grapefruit-sized tumor. As I rushed to get a flight to Denver, […]

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Home Care & Hospice Month: Our Veterans

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On November 11 the United States honors its veterans with Veterans Day, a national holiday. However, making sure our veterans receive the care and recognition they have earned should involve a lot more than a federal holiday in the second week of November. Those who have made great sacrifices deserve proper care when they come […]

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Celebrating Home Care and Hospice in November

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The National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) is proud to spearhead the annual Home Care & Hospice Month each year. This month is a special occasion when we honor the countless individuals who, from administrators to clinicians, social workers, and volunteers, consistently deliver the highest quality healthcare to the most vulnerable patients in […]

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10 Reasons to be Thankful for Home Care & Hospice

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More people die from chronic disease than from acute disease. What this suggests is that the future will be about the management of chronic disease and not acute illness. The number of people going into hospitals will be fewer and they will spend less time there. What will increase by geometric progressions is the number […]

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Our Veterans Deserve the Highest Quality Care in the Home

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Tomorrow, on November 11, the United States honors its veterans with Veterans Day, a national holiday. However, making sure our veterans receive the care and recognition they have earned should involve a lot more than a federal holiday in the second week of November. Those who have made great sacrifices deserve proper care when they […]

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Our Veterans Deserve the Highest Quality Hospice

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On November 11 the United States honors its veterans with Veterans Day, a national holiday. However, making sure our veterans receive the care and recognition they have earned should involve a lot more than a federal holiday in the second week of November. Those who have made great sacrifices deserve proper care when they come […]

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Our Veterans Deserve the Highest Quality Hospice

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On November 11 the United States honors its veterans with Veterans Day, a national holiday. However, making sure our veterans receive the care and recognition they have earned should involve a lot more than a federal holiday in the second week of November. Those who have made great sacrifices deserve proper care when they come […]

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Join NAHC in Celebrating National Home Care and Hospice Month!

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November is National Home Care and Hospice Month and agencies and caregivers across the United States will be raising awareness about the unique and irreplaceable value of health care delivered in the home. Care in the home is high-quality care that empowers patients to take control of their own health and treatment while remaining independent in […]

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10 Reasons to be Thankful for Home Care & Hospice

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More people die from chronic disease than from acute disease. What this suggests is that the future will be about the management of chronic disease and not acute illness. The number of people going into hospitals will be fewer and they will spend less time there. What will increase by geometric progressions is the number […]

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10 Reasons to be Thankful for Home Care & Hospice

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More people die from chronic disease than from acute disease. What this suggests is that the future will be about the management of chronic disease and not acute illness. The number of people going into hospitals will be fewer and they will spend less time there. What will increase by geometric progressions is the number […]

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Our Veterans Deserve the Highest Quality Home Care and Hospice

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Yesterday, November 11, the United States honored its veterans with Veterans Day, a national holiday. However, making sure our veterans receive the care and recognition they have earned should involve a lot more than a federal holiday in the second week of November. Those who have made great sacrifices deserve proper care when they come […]

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