By Rita Cosby
You possibly imagine you recognize all there's to understand: Anna Nicole Smith misplaced her son. She unintentionally overdosed. She was once a drug addict.
You don't comprehend a thing...
She used to be well-known for being famous-Americana at its Scarlet Letter-wearing most sensible. A bodacious younger lady from Texas, Anna remade herself into the centrefold of the realm. She used to be a "dumb blonde," a stripper, a Playboy Playmate, who boldly took her case opposed to her billionaire husband's relatives all of the technique to the U.S. splendid court docket. Her tragic lifestyles and premature loss of life evoke a strange mixture of fascination, surprise, and dismay. and during all of it, there nonetheless exists a voracious thirst to find extra approximately who she truly was...and how she really died.
In a e-book that's certain to shock even the main avid popular culture junkies, Rita Cosby blows the lid off this superb tale. After an in-depth research, this can be the definitive journalistic account of the Anna Nicole Smith saga -- with unearthed secrets and techniques and explosive, never-before-told details.
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The Last Acts Task Force deﬁned palliative care as “the comprehensive CONVENTIONAL MODEL Death Sum of treatments Clinical onset of serious illness Palliative care or hospice Aggressive care Time IMPROVED MODEL Death Sum of treatments Clinical onset of serious illness Disease-modifying, “curative” care Living well with disease; “palliative” care Bereavement Time Figure 4. 2003. Appropriate care near the end of life. Source: Lynn and Adamson 38 Seeing the World Differently / 39 management of the physical, psychological, social, spiritual and existential needs of patients” (Last Acts 1997), whereas the World Health Organization deﬁned it more narrowly as “the active total care of patients whose disease is not responsive to curative treatment” (World Health Organization 1990).
Remarkably, the federal regulation has never speciﬁed whether that prognosis should be “virtually certain” or just “more likely than not” (Lynn 2001). Obviously, it is a very different thing to predict anything with certainty than it is to bet the odds. On the one hand, allowing the “more likely than not” definition acknowledges the uncertainty of individual predictions but also means that many people will qualify for hospice care throughout many months, even years. Those will be the people whose luck held out; they walked a long time on the high wire before encountering their ﬁnal complication.
2000). Because Medicare payments do not directly cover these services— though Medicare does cover hospitalization and emergency treatment— few people can get optimal care for serious organ system failure (Lynn, Wilkinson, and Etheredge 2001). Most patients following this trajectory are not homebound and so do not qualify for Medicare beneﬁts for home care. In addition, these patients’ prognoses are usually too uncertain for them to enroll in hospice programs. An individual physician or physician group could provide some of these services and be paid for office or home visits, but few physician practices have enough volume to support around-the-clock availability of a skilled person who knows the patient, has the patient’s record, and could go to the home for timely evaluation and treatment.