Understand End-of-Life Terms and Options...
This $27 investments stops the confusion around end-of-life questions.
Use my industry knowledge and healthcare degree during a 45 min video to learn about one of the hardest but most informative lesson you will need to face as you make end-of-life decisions for with/for your loved on.
This is where we will talk about the difference between palliative, comfort, and hospice care. Here is where we will explore what quality of days look like vs quantity of days. In this module we will also discuss who pays for these different services and why doctors always make these terms so confusing!
Also get the Comfort Care vs Hospice Difference Discussion Workbook-A workbook to help you and your loved one talk about what end-of-life care will look like and how to decide quality of days over quantity of day.
Course objectives cover:
Identify the 4 different terms used during end-of-life.
Identify the 12 end-of-life qualifying diagnosis
Introduced to the End-of-Life diagram and how it works
Understand the cyclical nature of end-of-life diagnoses
Understand the payor source for Hospice/Comfort care.
Explore why doctors are so reluctant to talk about transitioning to end-of-life care and Hospice.
Have space to explore your thoughts and approaches towards end-of-life
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