Advance Care Planning Gaining Recognition, But Not Utilization

More people are recognizing the value of advance care planning, but less are apt to follow through with those discussions.

More than two-thirds (68%) of Americans indicated that discussing end-of-life preparations with their loved ones is important in a recent nationwide survey from life insurance provider and global technology company Ethos.

However, among these individuals, less than half (47%) had goals of care conversations with their families or made end-of-life preparations, according to the survey findings.

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