Yet, there is much to do. We must improve the quality of care that is delivered through the provision of evidence-based practice, ensure integrity and compliance, increase efficiencies, develop partnerships with other healthcare providers to expand the continuum of care and continue advocacy for those at the end of life and their families. This is no time to "rest on our laurels!"
Whether you provide care to patients and families directly through interdisciplinary practice, manage interdisciplinary team staff, lead quality efforts or are responsible for related practices and processes, you need to keep pace with evidence-based practice, adapt and respond to impending changes in the field, work in partnership with your community to meet patient and family needs across the care continuum and ensure that every component of the care and services you provide is excellent. The CTC will help you do just that!