Planning for End of Life Care
September 22, 2015•11 min
7 out of 10 Americans say they would prefer to die at home, yet nearly 70 percent of Americans die in a hospital, nursing home or long-term-care facility. The care someone receives at the end of their life can be greatly impacted by planning ahead and having those difficult discussions with family members before it’s too late. Dr. Michael Roy, Chief of Medicine at Maine Medical Center, is here with valuable information on how families can be better prepared and how that planning can help patients and families.