Comprehensive Planning for Health and Illness

published 3 months ago by UCTV

Surrogates are involved in nearly half of major medical decisions for hospitalized older adults. Dr. Eric Widera, UCSF Geriatric Medicine, and lawyer Sarah Hopper discuss why it is important to plan for the future and what happens if you don't. They also go over important components of future planning for health care, finances, and other decisions and provide resources to help plan for the future. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Show ID: 33748]

So we're open discuss why it's important to plan for the future and what happens if we don't. Discuss important components to the future planning for health care finances and other decisions and we're gonna talk about 3 resources that we think are helpful for planning for the future. So with that let's start off with the first question why is this important why is it important to plan for health and illness I have a Mike Sir if you wanna do not mean a field and you'll run the only Eric's gonna run all fields. Why is it important to plan for health and illness. Who has experience planning for health and illness ...

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