A 4 page research paper that addresses nursing care for the terminally ill. While palliative care is important in nursing the terminally ill, it does not address all of the needs of these patients. In addition to tending to physiological needs, such as pain control, nurses are also responsible for addressing the communicative, emotional and social needs of dying patients and their families. As this suggests, nursing care in regards to terminally ill patients encompasses a broad and demanding scope of responsibilities. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
In 2009 CNA hired Thomas Motamed, who had retired from Chubb Corporation in 2009, as its new Chairman and CEO.  From 2009 to 2014, Motamed changed CNA's focus from providing general property and casualty insurance, into a focus on niches such as health care, financial services and property coverage; he cut jobs, eliminating IT staff and less profitable businesses like workers' compensation coverage, and paid Berkshire Hathaway to take over longterm liabilities for asbestos and other environmental claims.  Due to these actions CNA had $ million in net income on revenue of $ billion in 2013, its best performance since 2006.