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New National Guidelines Call for Improved Access to Vital Palliative Care
Many people living with a serious illness who are receiving treatment for their condition don’t have access to palliative care. New palliative care guidelines set out to improve access to this care, which provides relief from the symptoms and stress of serious illness; improves quality of life for both the patient and the patient’s family; and is provided concurrent with disease-focused treatments. To improve access to this care, new Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care, 4th edition urge clinicians and health care organizations to integrate it into the services they provide for all people living with serious illness, regardless of their diagnosis, prognosis, or age.

VNAA and ElevatingHOME Announce MedBridge Partnership
VNAA and ElevatingHOME are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with MedBridge, an industry leader in online clinical education. MedBridge offers clinicians and health care organizations an all-in-one online education platform that provides access to unlimited CEUs, patient education tools, and home exercise programs that enhance clinical excellence, engage patients, and improve outcomes.

Home Health Infection Prevention Toolkit: Now Available
Infections in the home care setting are not uncommon, yet there are few tools and resources specifically designed for the home care professional.

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