MOST Form Facilitates End-of-Life Care

End-of-life care and ensuring patients’ wishes with regard to treatment at the end of life affects all of us in one way or another.  North Carolina is fortunate to have a portable medical order that facilitates those discussions and enables medical providers to follow those wishes.  That tool, which the North Carolina Medical Society helped develop, is called the Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST).

Adoption of MOST has been widely variable across the state.  In an effort to education more physicians and health care professionals about this tool, an e-learning course, which can be taken at one’s convenience and for which CME and CEU credit is available, has been developed.  The course is free to the first 250 participants, and only $5 to those who take it after the first 250.  More information on the course and registration instructions are available here. For more information about MOST and other tools to facilitate health care decision making, click here.


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