Upcoming Supportive Care Twitter Chat

In case you didn’t know, November is National Home Care & Hospice Month and in honor of that, OSF Home Care Services and OSF Supportive Care are holding a very special series of Twitter chat “lunch and learn” sessions throughout the month.

The first chat was held last Friday and featured Dr. Phillip Olsson, a frequent contributor to our blog and Medical Director for both OSF Home Care and the OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice Home. Dr. Olsson shared some great facts and figures about hospice care and the OSF Hospice Home and discussed how he and his caregiver teams approach end-of-life and chronic illness care through their hospice services.

Disappointed that you missed the chat? No worries! We’ve put together the entire story for you and you can find it on Storify.

Supportive Care Twitter Chat with Dr. Sawicki

Coming up this Friday from 11 a.m. to Noon CST, our own Dr. Robert Sawicki, Senior Vice President of OSF Supportive Care, will be our featured guest for the Twitter series. He will be answering questions about advance care planning, end-of-life issues, palliative care, POLST and more!

To join the discussion, follow @OSFHomeCare on Twitter and use hashtag #osfchat to ask a question or share a thought.

About Author: Michael Vujovich

An OSF Mission Partner for over a decade, Director of Digital Marketing Michael Vujovich describes himself as a “photo-taking, guitar-playing, web-designing, house-remodeling, cat-loving Star Wars geek.”

As Director of Digital Marketing he oversees a team of digital marketing experts who help manage web, social media and digital advertising strategies for the entire OSF Ministry.

Mike earned his Bachelor of Science in Multimedia from Bradley University in 2007 and a Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of St. Francis in 2014.

In his spare time, Mike enjoys teaching web design at his alma mater, Bradley University, in Peoria and spending time with his wife and their three “fur children”: Marie, Sookie and Bella.

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