The Institute of Medicine will convene health leaders, policy makers and other stakeholders March 20 to discuss potential ways to implement recommendations from its September 2014 report “Dying in America: Improving Quality and Honoring Individual Preferences Near the End of Life.” The Washington, D.C., conference will feature panels on issues including: opportunities and challenges for health care systems, providers, insurers, hospice and palliative care organizations, patient groups and quality standards organizations; the integration of financing for medical and social services near the end of life; and improvements to public and private payment systems to facilitate high-quality care. To participate in person or via webcast, click here to register.