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MP3 - 2011/05/17: We Honor Veterans - Understanding VA’s End of Life Care Initiative

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Understanding VA’s End of Life Care Initiative and NHPCO’s FEHC Veterans Module - Presented on May 17, 2011 - Webinar Description: Learn about the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Comprehensive End-of-Life Care Initiative to improve the care of Veterans. In collaboration with VA, NHPCO has developed a Veterans Module for use with the Family Evaluation of Hospice Care (FEHC). FEHC is a post-death survey designed to yield actionable information that reflects the quality of hospice care delivery from the perspective of family caregivers. Hospices that submit FEHC data to NHPCO receive quarterly reports that present FEHC survey results that hospices can use in their quality performance improvement initiatives. The FEHC Veterans Module is designed as to be added to the FEHC survey and distributed to family caregivers of Veterans. Results from the questions in the FEHC Veterans Module, in combination with the results from the basic survey, will allow hospices to evaluate care delivered to veterans. Faculty: Scott T. Shreve, DO, National Director, Hospice and Palliative Care, Department of Veterans Affairs Faculty: Mary Ersek, PhD, RN, FAAN, Director, National PROMISE (Performance Reporting and Outcomes Measurement to Improve the Standard of care at End-of-life) Center. Faculty: Hien Lu, VA Comprehensive End-of-Life Care's PROMISE Center Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion Faculty: Carol Spence, PhD, Director, Research and Quality, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Faculty: Emil Zuberbueler, BS, Director, National Veterans Program, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Webinar Objectives: Topics addressed in this session will include: VA Hospice and Palliative Care Perspectives, VA’s Bereaved Family Survey, Overview of NHPCO’s FEHC Veterans Module,  Review of the FEHC Veterans Module questions, We Honor Veterans Partner Level Four requirements related to surveys.