Dementia and Dying in a Digital Age

It’s been more than 30 years since the Patient Self Determination Act codified the use of advance directives in hospitals and other medical facilities. While traditional advance directives still serve an important role for your clients, they do have their limitations.

Many directives do not address issues of cognitive decline, a growing concern among seniors. They also do not take into consideration drastic changes in health, such as a terminal diagnosis, which can cause clients to reconsider some treatments.

During this webinar, Randi Siegel, MBA, will outline innovations in advance care planning that give your clients more nuanced control over their health care. You’ll also learn about resources to help your clients discuss their wishes with their loved ones.

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Randi Siegel, MBA, is a state liaison for NHDD and President of DocuBank®, a national digital registry of advance directives providing client preparedness through instant document access 24/7/365. Working with estate planning professionals since 1997, Randi speaks nationally at estate planning conferences and has appeared in the media as an authority on registries and advance care planning (ACP). She actively promotes ACP and patient self-advocacy as a member of the national Coalition to Transform Advanced Care and as a trained ACP facilitator. Along with her background in health policy and population health, Randi has real-world experience as a hospital administrator and executive. She holds an MBA in health care management from the Wharton School.

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