The series of surveys and policy events will provide “unprecedented insight into the decision-making and priorities of Americans of all stripes as they face end-of-life issues for themselves or their loved ones.”
NJ Group Editorial Director Ron Brownstein says due to the passage of health care reform, a growing population of older people and tightening of the federal budget requires a closer examination of end-of-life decisions.
The first of the series’ surveys will be conducted next month beginning March 8, followed by roughly quarterly installments.
Sounds interesting, if not sort of depressing.
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