After successfully launching your palliative care program, this webinar provides insights and strategies for scaling up. A panel of experienced professionals will share firsthand experiences, challenges, and lessons learned from starting and growing palliative care programs. Attendees will learn to identify new patient populations for expansion, manage growing pains such as staffing and resource allocation, and navigate challenges to ensure long-term program success and impact. For those who would like to continue the conversation on this content, please plan to attend the Palliative Care Office Hours on August 9 from noon – 1 p.m. ET.

Learning Outcomes:

      • Explore effective methods for assessing and identifying new patient populations that could benefit from your expanded palliative care services.
      • Learn how to conduct market research, analyze demographic data, and collaborate with stakeholders to make informed decisions about your program’s growth trajectory.
      • Understand strategies for managing common challenges associated with growth, such as staffing needs, resource allocation, process optimization, and maintaining consistent quality of care across multiple locations or service lines.


The faculty and planners for this educational event have no relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies to disclose.

      • Gavin Baumgardner DO, MHA | Contessa Health
      • Rory Farrand, APRN-BC, MS MA MSN | NHPCO

Available Credits for this webinar:
After participating in the live webinar, participants must pay the CE/CME fee and complete an evaluation to receive their selected CE credit. To earn social work credit, participants must also complete a 10-question post-test with a 70 percent passing score. Credit hours and availability are subject to change.

      • 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
      • 1 Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) credit
      • 1 Nurse Contact Hours
      • 1 Social Work credi

For full accreditation statements and credit information, please visit the Palliative Care Webinar Miniseries page.