A recent article in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) reports that Medicare is paying more than expected for hospice care. The apparent reason: hospice is being provided to people who are not close to death. The initial idea of hospice was to provide palliative care for people with 6 months or less to live. Leave aside, for the moment, that making such a prognosis… // Read More »
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