Government-subsidized end-of-life conversations . . . What could possibly go wrong with that?

Thanks to Mark Levin for his plain-language critique last week of the proposed CMS payment codes for (endless) end-of-life conversations. Levin speaks for many elderly, sick and vulnerable patients and their families who are being pressured into “letting go,” and this even without government-paid end-of-life talks.

Thanks, also, to Right Scoop for posting the audio, so that it gets the attention it deserves. Continue reading “Government-subsidized end-of-life conversations . . . What could possibly go wrong with that?”