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Palliative Care Coordination in Rural Communities
According to the 2017 US Census approximately one in five Americans live in a rural setting. Palliative care programs are faced with numerous obstacles to providing rural patients with quality serious illness care which include lack of resources, limited community social services, reduced health literacy, and low socioeconomic status. Building strong community partnerships is often what is needed to care for our underserved patients and families in these rural areas. This session is designed to address this palliative care practice gap through implementation of practice innovations and community partnership opportunities to facilitate successful rural palliative care community outreach.
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