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2016 Clinical and Caris Representative Leadership Development Institute

An all-star panel of physicians and regulatory-compliance experts headlined Caris Healthcare’s seventh annual Leadership Development Institute on July 23–24 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Caris physicians, nurse practitioners and patient care managers heard from David Wooten, MD, on Prognostication in CHF and COPD; John Redden, MD, on Medications at the End of Life; Monica Crane, MD, on the Clinical Course and Management of Dementia; and Raul Couret, MD, on How to be an Efficient and Effective Hospice
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Serving Those Who Served Us

Caris Healthcare is proud to be participating partners in the We Honor Veterans program. In 2015 all Caris Healthcare offices achieved level four status, the highest level of achievement in the We Honor Veterans program. As each Caris office opens they will accept the challenge to fulfill the requirements of the We Honor Veterans Level 4 designation. Caris’ commitment to the We Honor Veterans program demonstrates its commitment to supporting veterans by meeting their unique
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Caris Healthcare Promotes Brad Rector to Senior Vice President of Operations

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 19, 2016 For additional information: leadership@carishealthcare.com Caris Healthcare 866-694-4848   Caris Healthcare has promoted Brad Rector, who has more than 16 years of experience in the field, to senior vice president of operations. “Brad has provided excellent operational management and leadership as regional director,” Caris Healthcare CEO Norman McRae said. “We look forward to him providing that same level of expertise across our full five-state service area as our
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Three Most Important Things

Welcome to the Caris Healthcare blog! Caris wanted our first blog post to capture the company’s mission, vision and values. At Caris Healthcare, our mission is to provide Hospice care with Grace. We have taken steps to ensure this mission is grounded in the day-to-day care provided to each patient. One major step taken is our Three Most Important Things (TMIT) program. The program is based off of the question, “What are the three most