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Blog: Hospice Views

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Who pays for hospice?

When it’s time to make the decision about whether hospice is right for you or your loved one, the last thing you want to worry about is money. Even if you have insurance, the process can be confusing and frustrating. Hassan Salhi, a billing coordinator at Crossroads, breaks down the different ways hospice care is covered. Who Is Eligible for Hospice Care?
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Patient Takes Center Stage with Clog Dancers on “Gift of a Day”

Patricia Coffey-Rose’s childhood dream was to become a professional tap dancer. When she saw her first clogging performance, she was hooked on the combination of country music and fancy footwork. Patricia began taking lessons, and according to her niece, Donna Benjamin, was “all smiles” whenever she had the chance to put her moves to the test.
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ER Nurses are Heroes of the Emergency Room

We’ve all seen TV shows about emergency rooms. Whether it’s a drama starring George Clooney or reality TV, likeTrauma: Life in the ER, we know the pandemonium that can be unleashed when a screeching, speeding ambulance rolls into the hospital. Emergency nurses are at the center of this chaos, mixing authoritative care with calming compassion. ER nurses are on the frontlines of patient care.

Volunteer Makes an Impact With Veterans (and Cake!)

Rick joined our team September 12, 2012, and over the past year, he has become a valuable asset. A retired Naval officer, Rick served our country in Vietnam as well as at various posts in the U.S. After retiring from active duty, Rick worked for several years at the Millington Air Base as a civilian. In all, he served 47 years with the military.
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What is a Physician’s Assistant?

As a caregiver, you want to make the most educated decision possible, doing all the research and talking to the right people so that you can dowhat’s best for a loved one. In a perfect world, the doctor-to-patient ratio would be one to one. But, in reality, patients and caregivers don’t need 24/7 attention from a doctor. What you do need, though, is a healthcare professional who is educated, certified and can answer the many questions you may have.