Life Care Plans are expertly formulated medical valuations that objectively identify a subject’s medical conditions and future care requirements, and they quantify the costs of those requirements in monetary terms.
A properly formulated life care plan effectively addresses The Basic Questions of Life Care Planning, and accomplishes the Clinical Objectives of Life Care Planning.
The Basic Questions of Life Care Planning
What is a subject’s condition? ❯
What medically related goods and services does a subject’s condition require? ❯
How much will those requirements cost over time?
The Clinical Objectives of Life Care Planning
Diminish or eliminate physical and psychological pain and suffering.
Reach and maintain the highest level of function given an individual’s unique circumstance.
Prevent complications to which an individual’s unique physical and mental conditions predispose them.
Afford the individual the best possible quality of life in light of their condition.
All life care plans at Physician Life Care Planning are authored by practicing physicians who are Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and all life care plans are formulated in adherence to the tenets, methods, and best practices of the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners.
Frequently Asked Questions about Life Care Planning and Life Care Plans