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Total Triage is dedicated to promoting knowledge and education both within our organization and in the hospice community.

We believe research and engagement is the key to providing the best end-of-life care for patients and establishing a rewarding work environment for hospice staff and nurses.

3 Critical Trends in Hospice and Home Health

Where is your industry headed? Read this exclusive guide to discover the 3 trends that are shaking up home health, hospice, and palliative care.

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Hospice Overcomes Staffing Crisis

A hospice and home-health provider was facing unprecedented staffing concerns. Discover how AfterHours Nursing Triage helped them overcome staffing challenges and improve patient and caregiver experience.

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NAHC Affiliate Discussion Groups

Connect with other professionals in the hospice and home health care industry. You may participate in discussions, ask questions, or provide answers to your peers via NAHC’s listserv. Learn more about connecting with other hospice and home health professionals here.

National Hospice Foundation

Read the most current newsletter from the National Hospice Foundation Newsletter here. Peruse back issues for more interesting articles.

Hospice Foundation of America

The HFA has compiled an extensive list of resources for service providers and families of patients in home health or hospice care. Review periodicals, articles, and sites that house information on grief and the end-of-life cycle. Also, you may access resources on continuing education for service providers.  Learn more here.

Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association

HPNA has a wide variety of online courses and resources available to its members for free. Non-members can purchase individual e-learning programs or join to get unlimited access to all programs. Learn more here. 

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

This group has several links to in-depth examinations of specialized topics, such as specific illnesses, end-of-life care for people of different religious beliefs, and government resources. Click for more information.

We Honor Veterans

Resources for caregivers of those who have served our country. This organization works to provide a voice for veterans, who have unique needs as they age. Visit their site here.

National Home Care Month

November is National Home Care Month. The National Association for Home Care and Hospice will provide resources to highlight important industry research and trends. Learn more about National Home Care Month on the NAHC site.


This advocacy group aims to inform and educate seniors on dangerous and defective drugs. Drugwatch monitors pharmaceutical companies. They provide up-to-date news and comprehensive guides on Over-the-Counter, prescriptions and medical devices that are on the market. Their health guide has information on healthy aging, Alzheimer’s, antibiotic medication and device complications, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Learn more.

Mesothelioma Veterans Center

1/3 of all mesothelioma patients are veterans, and approximately 6,000 veterans afflicted with this asbestos-caused cancer died between 1999 and 2005 alone. The reason this cancer targets so many veterans is because of the prevalence of asbestos use in the military in the past. Part of their mission is to spread awareness to veterans and their families. Their website offers free health specific resources and support for patients and families. Learn more.

National Council for Aging Care

Today, at least 38% of all military veterans are over the age of 65, many of whom may not be aware of the many benefits programs and resources available to them as they leave the working world, investigate assisted living, medical, and home care options, and plan for the future. The NCAC at dedicates this complete guide to them.
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