Barbara Bechtel, represented Wisconsin in the "Celebrating 50 Years with 50+ Fabulous Older People" publication by the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD). She just so happens to be on the advisory board for Horizon!
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As one of the largest home, hospice and elder care agencies in SE Wisconsin, Horizon hears a LOT of stories from patients and their families. Unfortunately some involve seniors who have been taken advantage of by scam artists and overbearing salespeople. The lamentable truth is that seniors can quickly become "financial prey" if they or their loved ones are not careful, particularly when it comes to modern day technology.
Today is #GivingTuesday! Today is a special day for everyone around the world to support a charity that is close to their hearts. We explain why Horizon Home Care & Hospice should be close to your hearts today!
On July 8th the Medicare program announced plans to pay physicians to have an end-of-life conversation with patients. So is this the “death panel” that was warned about when the Affordable Care Act was being debated?
Just last week the federal government proposed that hospices be paid more for care in the first 60 days of hospice and paid less for care provided in the middle of a long stay on hospice.
CEO of Horizon, Mary Haynor, Shares Insight into the Newly Proposed Hospice Care Rule