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Palliative Care Program 2008 Highlights Timothy Quill, MD Program Director.


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Palliative Care Program 2008 Highlights Timothy Quill, MD Program Director. Our Multidisciplinary Team includes:. Our Multidisciplinary Team. What Palliative Care Teams Do. The Goals of Palliative Care. Palliative Care Settings. How many patients do we see?.
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Palliative Care Program 2008 Highlights Timothy Quill, MD Program Director

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Our Multidisciplinary Team incorporates:

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Our Multidisciplinary Team

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What Palliative Care Teams Do

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The Goals of Palliative Care

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Palliative Care Settings

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what number patients do we see? Number of Hospitalized Patients Referred per Calendar Year with projection for 2009

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Number of new outpatient referrals Projected number for 2009 is more than 240 Four palliative consideration prepared doctors right now offer outpatient counsels and follow-up consideration

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What ailments do our patients have?

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Why are patients alluded to us?

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Our patients are sick Performance Status* of Inpatients at First Consult in 2008 Scale 70 - 100 Scale 10 - 30 Scale 40 - 60 * Performance Status Scale surveys practical capacity, and reaches from 0 (dead) to 100 ( typical)

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Where do our patients go? Release Dispositions

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Pediatric Palliative Care Highlights

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Impact of Palliative Care Improved Symptom Management Scale 0 = None 1 = Mild 2 = Moderate 3 = Severe

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Impact of Palliative Care Proactive Palliative Care in the MICU: Study Results Norton SA, Hogan LA, Holloway RG, Temkin-Greener H, Buckley MJ, Quill TE. Proactive palliative consideration in the medicinal emergency unit: on length of stay for chose high-chance patients. Crit Care Med 2007; 35:1350-5.

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Impact of Palliative Care Cost of Care toward the End-of-Life Study Results Summary Is Palliative Care toward the End of Life Cost Saving? Notice Presentation at 2008 Academy Health Conference, unpublished. I Pesis-Katz PhD; H Temkin-Greener, PhD MPH ; T Quill, MD; S Ladwig, MPH; S Norton, PhD, RN, FNAP; N Lindenmuth , MD; and D Mukamel, PhD.

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Representative Grants Aetna Foundation , "A Home-based Palliative Care Program for Patients with Advanced Cancer and Congestive Heart Failure." 7/05 – 6/08. Robert Wood Johnson Grant , through the Medical College of Wisconsin to advance understudy training in Palliative Care, 2006 – 2010. Doctor's Foundation for Health Systems Excellence. "Careful Communication". In a joint effort with the NY Chapter of the American College of Physicians. 1/07 – 6/09 Arthur Vining Davis Foundation . A Curriculum in Mindful Practice to Promote Caring Attitudes and Professional Behavior of Medical Students and Residents." 1/07 – 6/09.

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Educational Initiatives

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Fellowship Training Our system highlights a thorough ACGME-ensured cooperation preparing program with 2 colleagues for each year

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Research and Quality Improvement Representative Plans and Opportunities

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Recent Developments Ribbon-cutting Ceremony for the new Sussman Palliative Care Unit on 4-1200 April 6, 2009

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Recently distributed Evaluation of a required palliative look after interior solution inhabitants. Long time past AM, Quill TE, Bordley D, Ladwig S. J Palliat Med . 2009 Feb;12(2):150-4. A subjective report of double palliative consideration/morals interviews: converging predicaments and paradigmatic cases. Childers JW, Demme R, Greenlaw J, King DA, Quill T. J Clin Ethics . 2008 Fall;19(3):204-13. Reacting to a solicitation for hurrying passing #159. Plume T, Arnold RM. J Palliat Med. 2008 Oct;11(8):1152-3. Assessing asks for hurried passing #156. Plume T, Arnold RM. J Palliat Med. 2008 Oct;11(8):1151-2. Doctor helped passing in the United States: are the current "last resorts" enough? Plume TE. Hastings Cent Rep. 2008 Sep-Oct;38(5):17-22. Self-destructive considerations and activities in tumor patients: the ideal opportunity for investigation is presently. Plume TE. J Clin Oncol. 2008 Oct 10;26(29):4705-7.