Diversity Initiatives: Where Hospices Hit the Mark

Posted Sunday, February 27, 2022

Hospices have been working hard to increase diversity in the clients they serve and in the people they employ. They are targeting this initiative creatively and successfully.

 “When you develop a program, it means that potentially it may stop. We have to get out of the mindset of developing a program and into making this part of our cultural fabric,” Everett told Hospice News in a National Partnership for Hospice Innovation (NPHI) presentation. “It’s not something that eventually ends, this is something that we have to continuously work towards. Equity, inclusion, diversity, belonging — these things have to be part of the cultural and moral fabric of the organization in a way that it lasts over the test of time.”

The goal is to make sure all communities have access to the care they need, and their end-of-life wishes are being met.

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