Hospices Leverage Partnerships to Scale Palliative Care Programs

Posted September 28, 2022

Two of the largest hurdles to growing community-palliative care are reimbursement and lack of staffing.

Building partnerships with other providers can help mitigate these barriers, according to Dr. Nathan Goldstein, professor of geriatrics and palliative medicine for the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

“At Mount Sinai we’re really good at creating new models and proving they work to improve care for the sickest patients with serious illness,” Goldstein told Hospice News during the Palliative Care Executive Webinar Series. “But we’re not so good about going out there in the community and figuring out how to bargain with insurance plans.”

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