Hospitals Against Violence: The Impact of Violence on Home Health Care Providers

Podcast recorded in February 2017

Workforce Center Senior Director Veronika Riley sits down with Joyce Bulman, Vice President, Clinical Operations at Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix, Arizona to discuss the challenges and issues home health care providers face in regards to violence and best practices to mitigate this violence.

Speaker Description: Joyce Bulman, Vice President, Clinical Operations at Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix, Arizona

About Hospice of the Valley: Hospice of the Valley provides hospice and palliative care to patients and families in central Arizona. Currently celebrating its 40th anniversary, the not-for-profit agency is among the nation’s oldest and largest hospices. More than 17,000 patients and families were served last year – about 13,000 in the hospice program and the rest were cared for by the palliative care program. Hospice of the Valley employs 1,400 people and is supported by 2,200 volunteers.

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