Janice Lynch Schuster has written extensively about improving care at the end of life. With Joanne Lynn, she coauthored two books on quality improvement for end of life care: Improving Care for the End of Life: A Sourcebook for Healthcare Managers; and Clinicians and A Common Sense Guide to Improving End of Life Care (both from Oxford). Currently a Senior Writer with Altarum Institute, Schuster’s past work includes serving as Director of Communications for Americans for Better Care of the Dying. Her work has been widely published and is often featured in The Washington Post. She has received several blue pencil awards for her work with the National Institute on Aging.

Recent Posts by Janice Lynch Schuster

Lessons In Quality Improvement: Learning From Hospital Closures In Lancashire

In health care quality improvement circles, the story of England’s East Lancashire has taken on almost mythical status: working with county and borough councils, local hospital organizations, and medical leaders in primary and secondary care, an executive of the National Health System (NHS)...