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What is an Advanced Directive?

Detailed, legal explanation of a Living Will

Who should have an Advanced Directive?

All of us.  It is important to have a living will as it informs your health care providers and your family about your desires for medical treatment in the event you are not able to speak for yourself.

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.   

Is it as easy as writing an Directive?

No.  The preparation of an advance directive or living will is the first step.  The second step (and the one most overlooked) is to make those wishes available to care providers.  Physicians and fellow health care workers all too often must scramble to provide emergent care, contact family and identify healthcare proxies.  Obtaining the patient's living will is often impossible, with documents alltoooften stored in obscure or inaccessible locations.
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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

Patient Directives
Physicians Advocating for Patients