JAMA oncology study reveals health care agents are flying blind
A recent study from JAMA Oncology presented some significant findings for the world of estate planning – between 2000 and 2012, the number of people with cancer creating health care power of attorneys has gone up, the number of end-of-life care conversations has stayed the same, and the number of people receiving “all care possible” has dramatically increased. My blog post delves into the possible reasons behind these numbers and how estate planning attorneys can help ensure their clients’ documents are being properly utilized. You can read the article on the Academy blog.
August 12, 2015 | Advance Care Planning Research