Home Hospice Partnership for Nepal

Become a Hospice and Palliative Care provider in Nepal

Overview – The Binaytara Foundation wishes partner with local physicians and organizations to provide hospice care to terminally ill individuals in all of Nepal. We invite physicians currently practicing in Nepal to partner with the Binaytara Foundation to start hospice and palliative care services in Nepali communities where access to healthcare is limited.

Geographic focus: Communities with high population density but limited access to healthcare will be given priority. 

What does this partnership include?

  • The Binaytara Foundation home hospice partnership includes hospice and palliative care training and fee for service (payment) to the physician or another team member to visit patients at their homes. The amount of reimbursement/payment depends on the number of patients served.

Who is eligible to apply?

  • Physicians with an active license to practice medicine in Nepal. Priority given to those with at least 2 years of experience working as a physician in Nepal.
  • Must have a personal vehicle (car, motorcycle, or a scooter) to travel to patients’ home.
  • Must have computer and reliable internet that can be used for the hospice program.
  • Healthcare organizations interested in partnering with the Binaytara Foundation to establish home hospice and palliative care services can also complete the organization application. Download the application here.

The training:

  • The Binaytara Foundation has partnered with the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) to provide online hospice and palliative care training to expand the hospice and palliative care services in Nepal. If the application is approved, the physician must complete the required hospice and palliative care training online, obtain the certificate of completion, and complete the BTF Home Hospice Electronic Medical Record (EMR) System training as part of this partnership requirement. 

How to apply for partnership? 

Timeline

Week 1 – Applicant completes and submits the Home Hospice provider partnership application

Between Week 2-6– Application review

Between Week 7 – 10 – Applicant interview (video conferencing)

Between Week 11-12 – Decision communicated

Between Week 13 – 20 – Applicant completes CAPC training

Week 21-23 – Applicant completes training on BTF home hospice electronic medical record system

Week 24-25 – Applicant starts palliative care services in the designated geographic region

Ongoing – The Binaytara Foundation provides continuous support to enable the applicant/grant recipient provide highest quality, evidence based, culturally appropriate hospice and palliative care services to the local community members.

Contact BTF Executive Director Tara Shah (support@binayfoundation.org) with any questions.

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