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FAMR 230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Palliative Care, Hospitium, Death Care Industry In The United States


Department
Family Resources
Course Code
FAMR 230
Professor
caulfield
Lecture
14

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Guest Speaker Notes
H & P of Hospice and Palliative Care
Rev. Dr. JP Sabbithi, BCC
Director of Counselign Services
Hospice Hawaii
HOSPICE: Bring Hope. Reduce Fears. Impact Lives.
What comes to mind when you hear the word hospice
Death
Hope, most people think to have a chance open to the possibilities
What are the chances that you have? People don’t come to hospice to die, they come
to hospice to live. It’s not about death, it’s about life.
How Americans Die: A Century of Change
1900
2000
Age at Death
46 years
78 years
Top Causes
Infection, accident, child
birth
Cancer, organ system
failure, stroke/dementia
Disability
Not much
2-4 years before death
Financing
Private, modest
Public, substantial.
83% in Medicare
½ of women die in
Medicaid
Religious companies, not insurance companies, started hospitals
**People qualify for hospice care at last 6 months of life
ACUTE CARE = hospitals
Example: straub, queen’s, kapiolani hospital, pali momi
Acute care is decreasing, and palliative care is increasing.
Palliative Care: when does one become eligible to receive hospice care? When the
risk comes close enough to death; 6 months
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