PCCS

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AcronymDefinition
PCCSPlymouth-Canton Community Schools (Michigan)
PCCSPalliative Care Consultation Service (various locations)
PCCSPrimary Care Cardiovascular Society (UK)
PCCSPassive Containment Cooling System
PCCSPublic Conversion Charter School (Hawaii)
PCCSSenior Chief Postal Clerk (Naval Rating)
PCCSPlanning Conference on Computer Systems
PCCSPorted Coaxial Cable System
PCCSPhase-Corrected Coupled-States
PCCSProgram Change Control System
PCCSPenweddig Climate Change Society (Wales)
PCCSPro's Choice Card Graders (memorabilia grading company)
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Center to Advance Palliative Care palliative care consultation service metrics: Consensus recommendations.
"This is an ongoing process, but it's really becoming clear that a hospital cannot afford to not have a palliative care consultation service, because leaving people in pain is bad for them and drives up hospital costs.
Leuthner, "End-of-life care for neonates and infants: the experience and effects of a palliative care consultation service," Pediatrics, vol.
Center to advance palliative care consultation service metrics: Consensus recommendation.
This affirms the importance of implementing a palliative care consultation service in all hospitals.
This discussion will include an overview of the three barriers to hospice care, the positive effect of the increasing number of palliative care consultation services, and the key variable of physician communication in advance care planning.
This represents a giant step forward for the field of palliative care consultation services. The Joint Commission (2011) will recognize hospitals with exceptional palliative care programs, with an emphasis on the following:
The cancer center developed a comprehensive palliative care program that included the first inpatient palliative care program, palliative homecare program, and family support group in Jordan, as well as a palliative care consultation service. The program now serves as a World Health Organization demonstration module in palliative care.
The investigators commented that "it takes time to implement a palliative care consultation service," suggesting that ongoing mentoring and assistance could be beneficial.
To address these shortcomings in the provision of end-of-life care, a Palliative Care Consultation Service was created in 2001, which positively impacted pain management and patient and family satisfaction (Rummans et al., 2000).
Results of the retrospective chart reviews identified the need for a Palliative Care Consultation Service (see Table 1).
The data supported further exploration of a Palliative Care Consultation Service to improve end-of-life care for patients at MCH.