End-of-Life Lessons From the Cheapest Place to Die

What was once a personal conversation between a family and their doctor has turned into a public battle over whether the government should be involved in such sacred decisions. The debate over the government's involvement was prompted by a proposal in some of the health-care reform legislation on Capitol Hill that would allow Medicare to reimburse doctors for talking with patients every five years about what type of end-of-life care they want. At town hall meetings, in e-mails, online...Full Story
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