One private-equity-led hospice chain has thousands of seniors in its care and millions of dollars in government revenue. The owner's identity is a mystery.
I’ve witnessed how family separation affects both the dying and the bereaved.
Dr. B.J. Miller tells Oprah what he's learned in his years working with terminally ill patients.
“A beautifully humanistic gift from a caring staff and family."
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In New York, two Zen monks are helping people live (and die) mindfully.
Shifting from a focus on the illness to a focus on the person.
For-profit hospices are making tons of money, but it's not necessarily a good thing.