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616-866-9127 This book is also available in the following E-book versions: PDF version through Regnow/Digital River NOOK E-book file through Barnes & Noble KINDLE E-book file through Dedication Introduction I - Trends in American Society This Thing Called Hospice Three Hospice Giants The Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Approach to End-of-Life Care Volunteer, Nonprofit and For-profit Hospice Corporations "Palliative Care" & Its Approach to End-of-Life Care Transitions in Business II - Hospice Today The Business of Hospice Why Hospice is a "Protected" Industry Good and Bad Hospices Hospice Reimbursement: Is it a problem? I have many friends within the hospice industry who confirm what I recount here in this book, so I urge you to read through to the very end, as you have never heard all that I am about to share with you. Some of it will trouble you, but all of it will affect what happens to you, your family and our society in the days to come.
Hospice and Health Care Industry Fraud Hospice Kickback Arrangements III - The Culture of Death: Covert Operations Hastening Death at the End-of-Life When is a Person a "Person? Ending Life in Hospice Euthanasia Society: Covert Operations in the Health Care & Hospice Industry Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, Last Acts & Last Acts Partnership Last Acts Rallying Points Regional Centers & What Their Selection Tells Us George Soros' Project on Death in America End-Run Around Right-to-Life: Hospice No Longer is Safe Alternative to Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide IV - The Culture of Death: Overt Operations Euthanasia Society of America (early decades) The Hemlock Society and Compassion & Choices: Overt Operations in America Global Influences V - The Courts: Removing Barriers to the Culture of Death VI - Physicians: Redefining Death to Remove Barriers to the Culture of Death "Do Your Organs Belong to the Government? This is the story of the intentionally "below-the-radar" changes that have been aggressively pursued in our society for decades.
The new health care reform law creates several methods that are likely to result in rationed care.
For example, the "Independent Payment Advisory Board" ("IPAB") is supposedly not allowed to make recommendations that directly result in rationing care, but it can exert overwhelming pressure on providers by reducing how much they get paid to provide a service.
Politicians say, "we are not going to ration care." But they will set in motion many processes that reduce reimbursement under the guise of "limiting expenditures," or "keeping costs down," and these processes will result in rationing care.
Ultimately, many services will simply not be provided, because physicians, hospitals, and others cannot afford to provide them at the steadily decreasing reimbursement levels determined by the bureaucrats who run Medicare, Medicaid and other government-controlled health services.
They question the declining percentages of Americans who support the traditional value of a family (husband, wife and children), marriage (husband and wife), sanctity of life, faith in God, the value of work and the opportunity to get ahead in a free society. They question whether we are still truly free to express our religious faith in a public setting, or even whether the dedication to "do no harm" within health care is the prevailing mindset. If you want to know what all that "death panel" talk is really all about, this is the book that explains exactly what is going on and will be going on.
We need to remember that Medicare passed into law in 1965 and is nominally a "voluntary" program.
"The Obama administration has released a report saying that health reform will save 5 billion in the Medicare program over 10 years." All while the number of Medicare patients will grow exponentially. Under Section 3021, "Establishment of Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation," the Secretary of HHS "shall adjust the payments made to an eligible safety net hospital system or network from a fee-for-service payment structure to a global capitated payment model." [H.
R.3590 p.205] Going from a Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement system that pays fees for each service provided to a system that has a cap on payments made for all services provided to a patient is one of the most significant changes to Medicare ever made and will certainly result in drastic changes.
Sometimes, they just can't believe the changes that have already been made.
They seem so "foreign" to what American society is all about, and the reason they seem "foreign" is they do not arise from American Constitutional values.
Some hospitals will close their doors, reducing the total number of hospital beds available to those in the community.