Expanded Hospice Capacity

September 2003
Insurance Advocate;9/1/2003, Vol. 114 Issue 33, p4
Reports that a hospice residence pilot program expanding the capacity of hospice residences to care for up to 16 patients has been signed into law by New York Governor George E. Pataki. Pilot program to be conducted at three hospice residences in locations geographically disbursed throughout the state; Ability of the residences to provide a lower cost alternative to patients receiving hospice care.


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