Empowering Patient Voice
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Care Directives Eliminates The Barriers of Communicating End-of-life Care WishesCare Directives’ Advance Directive information Exchange (ADiE) is enabling care teams to share and receive Advance Directives, POLST, and EMS/Out-of-Hospital DNR forms across the care spectrum in real-time at the point-of-care.
The Care Directives Difference
We’re changing the status quo of how Advance Care Planning documents are being created and shared across the care continuum.
Serving the Care Continuum
ACOs & Health Plans
Ensure better health and healthcare while lowering costs by complying with patients’ treatment preferences.
Turn to psychiatric advance directives to improve collaboration and deliver better mental healthcare outcomes.
Get real-time access to patient documents in existing workflows, especially when each second counts.
Easily share and serve up actionable data from patient records and advanced planning documents into existing workflows across multiple providers and caregivers.
Deliver quality care that satisfies patients’ end-of-life care planning preferences.
Hospitals & Health Systems
Coordinate the delivery of care to improve patient outcomes by easily sharing records.
Improve care collaboration between hospitals and providers as patients transition from care facilities to the community.
Document patients’ preferences to receive the care they want, even if they’re unable to communicate their wishes.
Provide high-quality care based on quick access to patients’ advanced care planning documents.
“As physicians, it’s critical to know what our patients’ wishes are in an accurate and expedient way. Sometimes paper POLST forms get lost or overlooked, so having an electronic registry is a great resource to make sure we know, and can then follow, our patients’ desires…They have been a great partner in improving the care of our patients by making sure our patients get the care they both need and want.”
~ Gina Jervey Mohr, MD
Director, Center for Palliative Care at Loma Linda University Health