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How well do you want to die? Resources for reporting on hospice care

Cheryl Clark

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services was scheduled to roll out a refresh of its Hospice Compare database, the latest among its websites scoring quality in health care settings.

The data should have been available by late November, but technical issues delayed the release until Dec. 12.

Despite that delay, this is a good time for stories about end-of-life care that readers might discuss with family members during the holidays. Coverage can explore what the federal measures show – and what they don’t but should – for the nearly 4,500 hospices across the country.

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