On the first of the year, a new law in Utah will change the way health care decisions are made for those who lack the ability to make decisions for themselves. The Utah Advance Health Care Directive Act changes the forms used for appointing a health care agent and for documenting wishes about end-of-life care. The new forms encourage the appointment of an agent and offer choices among end-of-life care options.
Guest: Maureen Henry, Executive Director, with Center on Aging - University of Utah
Airs: Friday Apr 4th
Taped: Wednesday December 12th, 2007
Date(s): Tue Jan 1st, 2008
Time: see web for details
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