AMAC’s Tip of the Week: Designating a Durable Power of Attorney
What would happen if circumstances arose where you were unable to communicate your healthcare decisions and preferences regarding treatment? If there is someone who you trust to make those decisions on your behalf should the need arise, that person must have durable power of attorney.
A durable power of attorney for health decisions is a legal document granting a trusted person of your choice the authority to make medical decisions on your behalf. Life can change quickly, so it’s crucial to put a comprehensive, well-planned healthcare strategy in place. Watch the video to learn more about designating a durable power of attorney.
For help with Medicare – or any questions you may have about Medicare – contact AMAC’s Medicare Advisory Service at 1-855-696-7535.