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Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning

A gift for your family: advance care planning

In health care today, many people do not receive the care they wish for when they are put into a situation that prevents them from communicating those wishes to family and their health care providers. This creates undue stress in an already stressful situation for family and friends. Through advance care planning, you can receive the care you want.

Advance care planning by the numbers
  • 80% of people say that if seriously ill, they would want to talk to their doctor about end of life care. Only 7% report having had an end-of-life conversation with their doctor.
  • 82% of people say it's important to put their wishes in writing; 23% have actually done it.
  • 75% of physicians whose patient had an advance directive were not aware that it existed.
Helpful resources for advance care planning

Individuals who have gone through the advance care planning process appreciate it the most.

Hear the stories and insights of other Wisconsin residents

Start the conversation today

Talk to your loved ones today and complete a written advance directive or update the one you have.

The Wisconsin Medical Society's Honoring Choices initiative promotes the benefits and improves the process for advance care planning.

For more detailed information or guidance on how to begin this process, call Honoring Choices toll-free 866-442-3800 or visit them online at honoringchoiceswisconsin.org.