A: Absolutely. Yes, I do think there are a lot of misconceptions. People don't want to put that person in hospice care because they don't want Grandpa to think he is going to die next week. Well, that's not — it's care for people who no longer want to actively treat whatever their illness is, they are done with the treating and fixing, and they are into the ... there is really nothing more medicine can do and it's time to take the life I have left and live it to the fullest. At hospice, we try really hard to give people the quality time, that is the goal, to make whatever time they have left really good time. They are physically comfortable and emotionally supported so they can really enjoy that time and not be going in and out of the hospital for chemo, all that they were doing. All that stops and we just take care of people in their homes or in the facility they might be living in. Patients love it because all of a sudden they don't have to go out anymore for all these appointments and they can just rest.