Planners

Health Planning Tools

Health planning tools improve care organization and effectiveness to make managing health issues easier and more productive. Find forms, calculators, and checklists to make sure you don’t forget the important steps and considerations for ensuring the best outcomes possible.

Discharge Supplies & Services Guide

Use this checklist to make sure you have the information and supplies you need before going home from the hospital.

Discharge Medications Guide

An organizational tool to assist you with medication changes after you leave the hospital.

Safe Driving Evaluation Tool

Driving is both a freedom and a source of increasing danger as we age. In fact, it’s an inevitable outcome that everyone reaches an age where they become an unsafe driver at some point. It’s important that as we grow older, that we ensure that we all remain safe drivers. Take our short quiz to […]

The Move to Assisted Living – Avoiding the Guilt

A checklist of key steps to picking the right Assisted Living or other Residential Care Facility for the Elderly for you or your family member.

Summertime Killer – Heat Stroke Easier Than You Think

The risk of heat stroke is spiking in large sections of the U.S. this summer. The CDC and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently issued a warning about dangerously hot weather in the Midwest and Southern US for July of 2016. Dangerously high heat is a heat index of 90 degrees or higher, and can […]

Inform Yourself Before You Consent

Why do we treat medical consent as a task to be checked off instead of an opportunity to convey important information to patients and their families?

Muhammad Ali’s Poetic Advance Directive?

Muhammad Ali intuitively understood the idea behind advance directives.Reading about and reflecting on the life of Muhammad Ali after his death due to complications of Parkinson’s Disease, I came across his poem about the Attica Prison Riots – particularly with regard to his ideas that touch on the philosophy of dying with dignity and on his own terms. In writing […]