The Power of A Form

Physician order forms such as POLST or MOLST forms  are used in most states and in most care settings by physicians to document a patient’s End-of-Life wishes. Once a physician order form is signed by both the patient and physicians, it becomes a legal order for treatment.

The Limitations of Paper Forms

In today’s medical system, a paper POLST form is NOT enough. Healthcare providers lack immediate access to the form during a medical emergency.

A high percentage of POLST forms encountered by providers are either incomplete, lacking a signature or filled out erroneously, making them invalid.

A New Model

Care Directives is leveraging technology to bridge the gap in today’s care model. Developed with a single goal in mind; the California POLST Registry enables paramedics, emergency room staff and other healthcare professionals to access and honor individual patient's End-of-Life Wishes.

 

HONORED END - OF - LIFE WISHES

Care Directives have gone mobile, POLST and other similar forms are now able to  follow patients across care settings. Seamless integration into daily workflow for all care settings. Eliminate paper-documents, user error during completion, lost forms, copies and faxing.

   

 

 


Explore our suite of Care Directive services

Efficiency & accessibility are the cornerstones of our foundation

Our programs are easy to use and integrate into your workflow. Features such as logging in from our platform using a desktop, tablet or smartphone using our App, or taking advantage of access login through integration with your medical system’s EHR.


Modified forms available by state.

Care Directives supports every end of life wishes form used. 

  • POLST
  • POST
  • MOLST
  • MOST
  • OTHER

Our mission is to leverage technology and make documented End of Life Care Wishes accessible when they are needed most.

By building the technology needed we are bridging the gap in the current paper-based care directives system. POLST, MOLST and other similar orders for life sustaining treatment when available; can prevent unwanted or medically ineffective treatment, and reduce patient and family suffering.