This pre-conference session, hosted by the Center to Advance Palliative Care, takes the lessons learned from pioneering organizations to define key success factors for strong payer relationships.
Join your fellow attendees before the start of the 2020 Summit for a faith service honoring essential workers in our communities who have played a crucial role amid COVID-19.
This pre-Summit session, hosted by the Home Centered Care Institute, focusing on the value and opportunities of bringing together home-based primary care and home-based palliative care
This Lab will be framed by experts on how they measure the impact of advance care planning in order to help you apply best practices to activities in your community.
During this lab, experts will collaborate with attendees to identify new ways that we can expand new community models to improve serious illness care.
This Lab will be framed by experts that serve difference audiences and will share their approaches to reach new audiences in order to help you apply best practices to activities in your community.
Experts with differing points of view will discuss on the future of skilled nursing facilities, and the lab will serve as a space for attendees to identify policy options for future models.
This session will explore needs related to serious illness care support in underserved communities and offer a firsthand look at findings and lessons learned from C-TAC’s Faith Leader Engagement Model of Care.
This session will present findings from new research examining the needs of diverse family caregivers and strategies for supporting them.
During this session, experts will share findings from a pilot project that aims to foster health equity by building relationships with community health workers.
Join this session to learn about the innovative strategies used to convene faith leaders in Buffalo and Detroit in order to provide vital support for caregivers.
This session will observe the importance of faith inclusion in patient’s care, particularly as it relates to older adults experiencing advanced illness amid COVID-19.
During this session, attendees will share their own experiences and learn new strategies for creating a compassionate dialogue between clinicians and those living with serious illness.
Learn about an innovative communication skills-building initiative that helps patients, caregivers and providers have meaningful goals-of-care conversations.
Join this session to explore how small faith communities with minimal financial resources can support members navigating grief.
This session will feature a panel of policy experts who are well connected in the political world, who will explore possibilities for public policy in whichever administration emerges from the presidential election.
This session covers policy innovation around telehealth for those with serious illness and how it has changed the care delivery and payment landscape.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had its most tragic impact in our nation’s long-term care facilities, with disproportionate infection and death rates for both residents and staff. This panel will provide insights from resident advocates and providers.
State-Level Serious Illness Policy Innovation: Designing and Scaling Best-Practices During a Pandemic
Learn about current serious illness policy innovations on the state level and cutting-edge approaches to service of everyone with serious illness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic and our country’s awakening around systemic injustices illustrate the need for more community care models. Learn about the latest models and the policy changes affecting them.
Join a panel of experts as they share strategies that can help us face healthcare inequities and support our work to ensure a high quality of life for everyone living with serious illness.
This session will examine innovative models for addressing a shortfall of palliative care providers by promoting primary palliative care education.
This session will explore pressing workforce challenges facing advanced illness care and present a variety of current and developing solutions.
LGBTQ Patients and Families in Hospice and Palliative Care: Provider Experiences, Personal Reflections
This session will present recent research findings on disrespectful, inadequate, and abusive care experienced by…
This session will feature experts with experience in implementing lay healthworkers as members of cancer care teams. We will explore the lessons learned from this project, identify opportunities for positive disruption and examine the policy considerations relevant to this effort.