Feb 15, 2019
One of the enduring myths about hospice is that a patient’s medications are discontinued when they’re admitted to hospice. We’re talking about medication management on this episode, and exploring the reasons why this myth has endured.
One of the most important goals of care for a hospice patient is symptom management, and one of the ways that’s accomplished is through the proper use of medications. One of the goals is to maintain a patient’s health with as few meds as possible. Medications will be discontinued or simplified if,
To learn more, read the blog on our website at www.theheartofhospice.com.
Learn more about “an unconventional advance care planning company” called Good to Go, in this episodes highlight of the week. You can visit their website at www.goodtogopeace.org
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