Electronic Records and end-of-life plans

Planning for the future of your health care doesn’t stop when you ink your name at the bottom of a Power of Attorney, Living Will, or Do Not Resuscitate. No matter how carefully considered or expertly prepared, these documents aren’t worth much sitting in your desk at home. Each year, all over the country, patients with advance directives receive unwanted treatment from health care professionals who simply could not or would not find the time to track down their patients’ memorialized wishes. Give us a call or stop by to discuss how to lay your own best plans and then make sure they don’t go awry.

Electronic Records Offer A Chance To Ensure Patients’ End-Of-Life Plans Aren’t Lost In Critical Moments

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