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Inaugural meeting of The Goals of Care Coalition of NJ meets ahead of National Healthcare Decisions Day
The inaugural meeting of The Goals of Care Coalition of NJ was held at the NJ Hospital Association in Princeton to announce the formation of the Coalition and launch an initiative to improve end-of-life care throughout NJ.read more
Lilo H. Stainton writes on NJ Spotlight about the push to increase end-of-life planning in NJ. Proponents point to higher rate of aggressive medical treatment and higher costs for patients nearing death in Garden State.read more
Author Debra Hallisey, in honor of National Healthcare Decisions Day, writes about coming across her father’s advance directive in the Advocate for Mom and Dad website.read more
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