Nov 19 “Paying for End of Life Care: Preferences and Willingness to Pay”

November 19, 2015 by Health System Enterprise Calendar

[Jordan Hall 1-5] This presentation applies state of the art survey methods to explore differences in willingness to pay for end of life care between community dwelling older adults, cancer patients, and their caregivers and the implications for policy makers. It also explores the role of the physician and treatment subsidies in encouraging individuals to choose either life extending or palliative care.

Sponsored by the CANCER CONTROL & POPULATION HEALTH PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES AND THE CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY