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What is Patient Directives?

Patient Directives is a patient-directed, high-security storage service that enables care-providers, patients, and loved-ones immediate access to urgent, Advance Directive (Living Will) documents.  Patient Directives was founded by two physicians sharing a common concern for the inefficiency of paper documents, their frequent inaccessability, and subsequently, poor compliance with patients' wishes and directives.

Advance Personal Directives

An advance directive or advance health care directive, also known as living will, personal directive, or advance decision, are instructions given by individuals specifying what actions should be taken for their health in the event that they are no longer able to make decisions due to illness or incapacity, and appoints a person to make such decisions on their behalf. A living will is one form of advance directive, leaving instructions for treatment.

Should I have an Advanced Directive?

Yes!  All persons should establish clear directives regarding their wishes for care in the event that they are no longer able to make those decisions.  Unfortunately,  most people do not do so in a timely fashion, leaving loved ones to make pressured decisions in the patient's best interest.  These are often conflicting emotionally, physically and financially.   

News Directives

Dancing Around Directives
Modern Healthcare 2010

Advance Directives Can Help Families
Journal Sentinel Sep 2010

Legal and Practical Reasons for Incorporating Advance Directives Into Healthcare Practice 
Lexis-Nexis Sep 2010

Advance Directives are Usually Followed. WebMD

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