The Download
Wednesday, March 23, 2022, 10:00 AM EST – 11:00 AM EST

Advance-care planning (ACP) is the keystone of goal-concordant care, enabling patients to state their treatment preferences while they still have the mental capacity to do so. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has acknowledged this by accepting two Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) reimbursement codes for these essential conversations.

But Does Advance Care Planning Impact Patient Care?
Well… yes and no.

Join MiHIN and Making Choices Michigan’s, James Kraft, Ph.D. – Program Director, Consumer Choices

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  • How people’s preference change as their health status shifts
  • How forms offer vague and sometimes conflicting goals for end-of-life care
  • How documents historically have been unavailable when decisions need to be made
  • The evolution of advance care planning and focusing on conversations between patients and clinicians about patients’ goals and values; not just about completing documents
  • How MiHIN and Making Choices Michigan are supporting ACP in new ways

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