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End-of-life advice: More than 500,000 chat on Medicare's dime
He and his wife, who has dementia, had to move in with their daughter so she could care for them. He brought mother and daughter together for an advance-care planning session, an end-of-life consultation that's now being paid for by Medicare. That's a good thing, said Paul Malley, president of Aging with Dignity, a Florida non-profit that promotes end-of-life discussions. That's just the discussion that the San Diego nursing home resident was able to have with her daughter, Steinberg said.
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