As your palliative care program matures, this final webinar equips you with strategies for long-term viability and continuous improvement. Learn readmission management, data collection and analysis, revisiting needs assessments, outcomes tracking, metric monitoring, program certification (CHAP, Joint Comm, ACHC, etc.), and addressing lifecycle and maturity considerations. Gain knowledge and tools to maintain sustainability, foster improvement, and ensure high-quality patient care. 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 best practices for managing hospital readmissions, a critical factor in sustaining the success of your palliative care program.
      • Discover the importance of collecting and analyzing program data, and how to leverage this information to drive informed decision-making, identify areas for improvement, and demonstrate the value of your palliative care services.
      • Understand the value of periodically revisiting your initial needs assessment to ensure your program continues to meet the evolving needs of your patient population and community.
      • Learn how to effectively track and monitor key outcomes and metrics, enabling you to measure the success of the program’s, identify areas for optimization, and make data-driven decisions.


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

      • Danielle DiGennaro | Agrace Hospice Care
      • Lisa VanderWel, LMSW | Corewell Health West

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.