Passare.com™ and Y Collaborative™ explain how to maintaining control of your medical wishes for end-of-life medical care.
An Advance Healthcare Directive (AHD) answers questions about how to handle medical care if the patient is unable to. Having an AHD helps family and doctors to understand what the patient wants. Without one, there is a chance to receive the most aggressive treatments, even if the chances of cure or help are slim.
Nobody can guarantee us to stay healthy till the end of our lifes but we can choose how we want to be treated when certain conditions arrive.
You will learn in End-of-Life Management eBook #5: Advanced Healthcare Directive
- Advanced Healthcare Directive (AHD)
- Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Directive
- Supplemental Letter
- Healthcare Proxy or Healthcare Power of Attorney
- State Laws
- What’s Next
- AHD Checklis
- Glossary of AHD terms
To get the most out of this eBook, complete all the exercises at the end of each section. Use the checklist to draft your Power of Attorney and review the example provided at the end of this document. The Glossary of Terms gives you definitions for underlined words.