Hospice Survey Results

CAHPS Hospice Survey

The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Hospice Survey was designed to measure and assess the experiences of patients who died while receiving hospice care, as well as the experiences of their primary caregivers. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) developed the CAHPS Hospice Survey with input from many stakeholders, including other government agencies, industry stakeholders, consumer groups, and other key individuals and organizations involved in hospice care.

Since the CAHPS Hospice Survey focuses on experiences of care, implementation of the survey supports the following national priorities for improving care: involving patients and families in care and promoting effective communication and coordination.

Phoebe Hospice provides monthly reports to CAHPS for their annual reporting, which can be found at medicare.gov (https://www.medicare.gov/hospicecompare/). This annual report is updated each Spring.

The information below represents the most real-time data available that Phoebe Hospice reports to CAHPS.


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