Week in Review: November 4-8
This week a new edition of HPM FAST Hospice Regulatory online practice model was relseased. The call for Community Leaders and PC-FACS Editorial Team are open. Learn more about these volunteer opportunities.
New HPM FAST Hospice Regulatory Now Available
Assess your knowledge in hospice regulations with the newest edition of this online practice module. The module contains 25 questions and explanations to provide guidance for further study as needed. Learn more about this updated study tool.
Become a 2020 Community Leader
Get involved in the Academy by serving as a community leader on a SIG, Forum or Council. Applications are open through November 25. This is a great opportunity to stay informed about the work of the Academy and helps ensure your unique group voice is heard. Learn more and apply today.
Register Now for the Annual Assembly
Join us for the 2020 Annual Assembly of Hospice and Palliative Care, March 18-21, 2020 in beautiful San Diego, CA. View our captivating plenary speakers, plan your educational activities, and be sure to book your hotel room early. Learn more.
PCHETA Passes U.S. House – Urge Senate to Take Action
On Oct. 28, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 647, the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act, legislation developed by AAHPM. Now, we need the Senate to act on S. 2080 for the bill to become law. Help bring PCHETA over the finish line in Congress – contact your senators today using AAHPM’s Legislative Action Center!
Apply for a Position on the PC-FACS Editorial Board
Interested in serving in a leadership role on the PC-FACS editorial team? Various positions are open, including Associate Editor-in-Chief, Senior Section Editors, and Associate Editors. Learn more about the role and job descriptions. Applications are due November 18.
Applications Open: New Serious Illness Care Payment Model Demo
The CMS Innovation Center is accepting applications to participate in the new Primary Care First payment model demonstration that includes a Seriously Ill Population (SIP) option. Submit a practice application by the Jan. 22 deadline.
New in 2020: The State of the Science in Hospice and Palliative Care
A one and a half day research meeting, entitled The State of the Science in Hospice and Palliative Care, will be debuting in 2020. This meeting will be co-located with the 2020 Annual Assembly in San Diego. Learn more about this first ever research meeting from AAHPM.
Week in Review: October 28 - November 1
There are may opportunities to get involved in AAHPM! Apply to serve in a leadership role on the PC-FACS editoral team, contact your senators to push PCHETA forward, and be sure to register for the upcoming Annual Assembly and State of the Science meetings.
Congratulations to the 2019 Emerging Leaders
Congratulations to the 2019 class of Emerging Leaders in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. We are proud to recognize the exceptional work accomplished by the next generation of leaders in hospice and palliative medicine. View the list of awardees and congratulate them.