Hospitals work to improve end-of-life care

More Hospitals are working to improve their end-of-life care by offering hospice and palliative care programs. The number of hospitals offering such programs increased from 632 in 2000 to 1,027 in 2003, and experts say the time is right to improve such services on account of the aging baby boomer population.

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