Hospitalizing a parent: 10 things to consider



 
Part two of a two-part series
Part one in this series highlighted five ways we can help our parents plan in advance of an unexpected hospitalization, including establishing an advanced directive and durable powers of attorney, making their healthcare wishes known, listing children on HIPAA forms at their physicians’ offices, documenting and sharing family and personal medical history, and communicating medical insurance information.
This column explores ways we can be advocates for ...

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