Patient Surviving Hospice Faced Drug Addiction

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Dec. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Donna Groomes, widow of Charles Groomes, discusses the care her husband received at for-profit hospices before being discharged in 2010. Charles Groomes died in his sleep in August this year. While nearly 1.1 million Americans a year die on hospice, more than 200,000 others are discharged alive, raising doubts about whether many of them were ever really dying in the first place. The Catholic Hospice of Pittsburgh's Cristen Krebs also comments. (Source: Bloomberg)


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