Modern Healthcare has released the 150 companies and organizations that have been named to its Best Places to Work in Healthcare list for 2020. National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization is proud to recognize the eight members organizations included for 2020.
The recognition program honors companies throughout the industry that empower employees to provide patients and customers with the best possible care, products, and services.
As Modern Healthcare noted in its announcement, the coronavirus outbreak has reshaped virtually every aspect of the industry, from how care is delivered to how employees do their work. Creating a flexible and responsive environment is more important than ever, especially as organizations adjust to remote work, staggered in-person schedules and more.
How these organizations have navigated the COVID-19 pandemic is only part of the story; they were also scored on more traditional measures such as benefit design, transparent communication from leadership, and others.
NHPCO is proud to recognize the seven hospice programs and the associate member that made this prestigious list for 2020.
- Carolina Caring – Newton, NC
- Encompass Health-Home Health & Hospice – Dallas, TX
- Heart ‘n Home Hospice – Fruitland, ID
- Hospice of Acadiana – Lafayette, LA
- Hospice of Marion County – Ocala, FL
- Nathan Adelson Hospice – Las Vegas, NV
- Yolo Hospice – Davis, CA
- Axxess, an associate member – Dallas, TX
“It is inspiring to see that Modern Healthcare recognizes these well regarded hospice and palliative care organizations on the list of best places to work, particularly during a time when health care providers are facing significant challenges brough on by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said NHPCO President and CEO Edo Banach. “For those on this list that are valued members of NHPCO, we thank them for the lessons they can share with the entire provider community. I offer my deep congratulations to each of them for this honor.”
Modern Healthcare will reveal the ranked order of the 150 Best Places to Work in Healthcare on October 8 in conjunction with our virtual Workplace of the Future conference.
To learn more about hospice, palliative care and advance care planning, visit NHPCO’s CaringInfo.org website.