An advance directive outlines your preferences for medical treatment. It takes effect only if you are unable to participate in medical treatment decisions. Defining your preferences allows others to better assist you.
An advance directive consists of:
(1) A medical power of attorney which allows you to designate someone to make your healthcare decisions if you are unable to do so yourself
(2) A living will which provides an overview of your medical treatment preferences
Our free and easy-to-use guide was developed by healthcare professionals who understand the importance of healthcare planning. By using our HIPAA-compliant software, you can safely share your AdirNow advance directive with your doctor(s), family members, and others. We can also help you legally enforce your specifications if you follow our recommended guidelines at the end of the process.
- Designate Your Medical POA
- Specify Your Goals of Care
- Define Your Values (Optional)
- List Other Messages (Optional)
- Sign, Download, and Share