Navigating the Complexities of End-of-Life Care: Hospice vs. Palliative Care

Pallative Vs. Hospice Care

In the landscape of healthcare, discerning the subtleties between various forms of care is paramount for patients and their families. Two terms frequently interwoven into discussions concerning end-of-life care are “hospice” and “palliative care.” While they share a common aim of providing solace and assistance to individuals with severe illnesses, there exist notable disparities between the two.

Navigating Living Loss: A Guide to Providing Support for Patients and Families

hospice foundation of the ozarks

In the realm of palliative care, understanding and addressing living loss is a crucial aspect of comprehensive patient and family support. A recent article sheds light on this topic, offering insights into how healthcare professionals can provide effective assistance during challenging times. Let’s delve into the key points discussed and explore ways to enhance our approach to living loss within the context of end-of-life care.

Embracing Unity and Vision: HFO Yearly Retreat Highlights

Last week marked a significant moment for the Hospice Foundation of the Ozarks as we gathered for our annual retreat. This special occasion was made even more meaningful by the generous sponsorship of Burrell Behavioral Health, a valued partner in our mission to enhance end-of-life care. A heartfelt thank you to Burrell Behavioral Health for their unwavering support and commitment to the vital work we do. Their sponsorship played a pivotal role in creating an environment where our team could come together, share insights, and envision the path forward.

Exploring Life and Mortality: A Podcast with Dr. Robert Carolla

Dr. Robert Carolla

Embark on a journey of introspection and wisdom with Dr. Robert Carolla, the esteemed overseer of our HFO Advisory Board. For over six years, Dr. Carolla has been an invaluable member of our board, contributing his expertise and insights to our mission of improving and promoting hospice and palliative care.

Empowering Voices: Dr. Regina Waters Among ROSIE’s 100 Wise Women

Dr. Waters

We are delighted to share the wonderful news that our esteemed board member, Dr. Regina Waters, has been recognized as one of ROSIE’s 100 Wise Women. This esteemed honor underscores Dr. Waters’ exceptional contributions to the field of communication, education, and community engagement.

Unraveling the Layers: Understanding Access to Hospice Care

In the realm of healthcare, equitable access to end-of-life services is a vital component of ensuring dignified care for all. A recent article has delved into the intricacies of accessing hospice care, revealing that various factors, including race, ethnicity, and cancer type, can significantly influence a patient’s journey.