In 2014, the National Institutes of Health published the landmark report Dying in America in which they made several recommendations regarding end-of-life care, namely, that we need:
- Comprehensive person-centered, family-oriented end-of-life care;
- More education and better standards for doing Advance Care Planning;
- More end-of-life care providers of many disciplines who are better trained; and
- Better policies and payment systems to support high-quality end-of-life care.
What the Future of End-of-Life Care Looks Like
Recently, Next Avenue Blogger Denise Logeland published a summary of interviews with experts about What the Future of Caregiving Looks Like. They stated that in the next 10 years there would be: