Washington healthcare facilities scrambling to deal with Death with Dignity Act
Seattle Times, February 3, 2009
With just a month before the Death with Dignity Act takes effect in Washington, hospitals and other healthcare institutions are racing to learn the details of the law, decide if they will participate, and put together policies that address the law's many nuances and complexities. Statewide, many healthcare systems and hospice programs have not yet come up with final policies on whether, or how, they will participate.
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