Detailed analysis of data submitted by hospices as part of NHPCO's comprehensive survey, the Family Evaluation of Hospice Care, shows no difference in family caregivers' evaluation of the quality of care based on a hospice program's profit status.
What does FEHC stand for?
FEHC stands for Family Evaluation of Hospice Care
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In 2003, the Family Evaluation of Hospice Care was introduced, developed by Professor Joan Teno and researchers at Brown University in conjunction with Stephen R.
Developed by Brown University and NHPCO, the Family Evaluation of Hospice Care lets researchers look at the relationship of length of stay, perceived timing of hospice referral, and quality of end-of-life care.