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ANNUAL PALLIATIVE CARE PILOT PROGRAM REPORT 

The Palliative Care Pilot Program (PCPP) was created through Senate Bill No. 294 (Chapter 515, Statutes 2017) to expand palliative care services. Hospice care is limited to terminally ill patients who have agreed to forgo curative treatment. The PCPP permits hospices to provide palliative care services to patients with a serious illness. "Serious illness" is defined in HSC 1747.3(k) as a condition that may result in death, regardless of the estimated length of the patient's remaining period of life.

 

 

 


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(PCPP Reporting link will be available December 1 - April 30)

Licensed hospices participating in the Palliative Care Pilot Program (PCPP) are required to complete and submit the Palliative Care Pilot Program Data Reporting Form pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 1747.3(d), through the California Department of Public Health's reporting website.  This report is due annually, on or before January 1 of 2019, 2020, and 2021.

CONTACT INFORMATION

If you have questions about completing the Report, please contact the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Licensing and Certification Program, Research and Evaluation Section (RAES)

EMAIL: CHCQData@cdph.ca.gov
PHONE: (916) 552-8900

 

To apply to provide palliative care services, please contact the Centralized Applications Branch.

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