In 1983, the Medicare Hospice Benefit was established to provide Medicare beneficiaries access to hospice care services. Hospice care is unique from other healthcare, with its objective to provide patients with palliative care as opposed to curative care. For patients to qualify for hospice care, a physician must certify that the patient is terminally ill, with a life expectancy of 6 months or less.
At Seigel Advisory Services, we provide hospice care center owners access to the broadest range of strategic and financial buyers throughout the United States. Our experience in the hospice care industry allows our advisors to guide owners through the sales process to obtain top-dollar for their hospice care centers.Back to News
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