Author Archives: Tami Lichtenberg

About Tami Lichtenberg

Lichtenberg has over 20 years of experience in healthcare including policy, EMS, non-clinical and clinical administration.

Informal Caregiving and Technology in Rural America

Maria Waters works on filling her parents med planners and tracking their medications.


As people are living longer and trying to find solutions to delay the expense of long-term care or nursing facilities, family members, including adult children, are increasingly becoming informal, unpaid caregivers. Learn how technology may be a solution to help rural caregivers, what some of the challenges and opportunities are, and read about a current model that has the potential to change the landscape.

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January 8, 2020

Life ‘til the End: Hospice in Rural America

a patient's hands being held


The importance of quality end-of-life care in rural America can be difficult to understand until you need hospice care. A rural family shares their journey with hospice and how it helped them care for their father at the end of his life. A CAH CEO explains how hospice care intersects with the mission to provide care to the community.

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June 12, 2019

Making Informed Decisions about Rural EMS

St. George ambulance


In rural America, many community members do not understand the skill level, training, and availability of the people who answer their 911 calls. The Informed Self-Determination Process helped the community of St. George, Maine learn about their EMS system and created consensus about what EMS would look like in their town.

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April 3, 2019