Research in JAMA finds that orders regarding life-sustaining treatment near the end-of-life are often not followed.
Advance planning directives have a modest effect on end-of-life care, according to a new study of Medicare Advantage beneficiaries.
Research in the Journal of the American Medical Association examines treatment trends for end-of-life care in European ICUs.
Research carried by the Journal of the American Medical Association Geriatrics discusses end-of-life care.
A new study examines factors which may linked to variations in end-of-life cancer care spending.
An analysis in Science magazine gives a new look at Medicare end-of-living spending.
A study carried in JAMA discusses trends in end-of-life care for Medicare beneficiaries.
A study in Health Affairs examines reasons for variation in end-of-life cancer care.
A research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine discusses trends in Medicare spending for care at the end-of-life.
An article at the Kaiser Family Foundation website discusses issues and research regarding surgery at the end-of-life.
A Research Letter at JAMA Internal Medicine examines end-of-life care spending trends.
New work from Stanford scientists helps identify patients most likely to die and therefore be good candidates for palliative care.
Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association examines use of ICUs for the very elderly.
Research in Health Affairs finds that end-of-life spending, across several countries, is lower than previously reported.
A study in Health Affairs reveals trends in patterns of end-of-life care.