Annotated bibliographies on the perceived impacts of Hospice
Casernes, J. (2001). Does Hospice have a role in Nursing Home Care at the End-of-life? Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49:1493-1498
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This is a preliminary case study that that delves into the pros and cons of hospice involvement in a nursing home through analysis of the clinical database of two thousand patients who are above 64years. Of the sample study, 182 were residing in the nursing homes and the rest resided in the outside community. The author points out to the nursing homes and hospices works in a symbiotic relationships. The residents who sought hospice care earlier were accorded better service. The future lies in public awareness to face death in a clinical setting.
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Jones, B. & Boyle, D. (1997).Differential Utilization of Hospice Services in Nursing Homes. The Hospice Journal; 12(3): 41-57
The author uses an evaluation paradigm to advance his reasoning. He notes that nursing home administrators with negative perception of hospice care in their facilities were unlikely to advocate for its use given the concerns of the administration. The survey was carried on 25 nursing homes and it established that in nursing homes where the administration was accommodative to hospice care, it was mostly used to treat the patients. The concern of some administrators were that: it was considered supplementary care to nursing as they do not prioritize in caring for the dying, lack of recognition for standard bureaucracies and expenses associated with hospice, it was too close to euthanasia and the biggest spender would be the patients. The author proposes a strategic management team for mediating contracts that touch on administrators’ worries. It however appreciates that it gives the patient clinical setting service before death.