Advance Care Planning
Plan for Your Future.
What is Advance Care Planning?
Advance Care Planning (ACP) are preparatory steps taken by a patient to make decisions about their end of life care if they become unable to speak for themselves. These decisions are for the patient to make, based on their personal values and beliefs, and it is important to respect the wishes of each individual patient. ACP is often ignored until it is too late, causing other issues to arise within families and the patients’ healthcare treatment. These steps include getting information on life-saving treatment options and deciding whether or not to utilize them.
How does cliexa support
Advance Care Planning services are often a sensitive topic to bring up with patients and their families. Through the privacy and remote capabilities of the cliexa platform, patients and their loved ones are able to take home the information provided by physicians to make a more informed decision. Advance care documents are made readily available in the clinic or remotely on the patients’ mobile devices to document their wishes. This process provides clarity for families and providers in the event where a patient is unable to speak for themselves.