Advance Directives Are More Likely Among Seniors Asked About End-of-Life Care Preferences
Gordon, Nancy P.
Shade, Starley B.
Archives of Internal Medicine 1999 April 12; 159(7): 701-704
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Gordon, Nancy P.; Shade, Starley P. (1999-04-12)OBJECTIVES: To estimate the proportion of seniors in a large health maintenance organization (HMO) who had been asked about their end-of-life care preferences (EOLCPs) by a clinician and who had completed an advance ...
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