The volatile health care environment has challenged health-related community nonprofits to take a hard look at their business side, set mission-focused priorities, adapt organizations and systems for financial sustainability and where possible, diversify services to meet new expectations. Hospice care is no exception. Unlike their origins in the U.S. in the mid-1970s, hospices today offer a broad menu of support services for both non-terminal and end-of-life patients, yet must thrive in a more competitive environment responsive to the growing aging population. Read more >