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167 – The time is now for digital advance care planning, Dr Merran Cooper, Touchstone Life Care

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167 – The time is now for digital advance care planning, Dr Merran Cooper, Touchstone Life Care

Innovate your advance care planning process with digital technology Dr Merran Cooper is the CEO and Founder of Touchstone Life Care. She has a team of world-class experts and is…
August 23, 2021

167 – The time is now for digital advance care planning, Dr Merran Cooper, Touchstone Life Care

Innovate your advance care planning process with digital technology

Dr Merran Cooper is the CEO and Founder of Touchstone Life Care. She has a team of world-class experts and is launching an enterprise offering that helps patients, doctors, vendors, providers and advisors in aged and palliative care.

Touchstone Life Care protects and communicates people’s wishes for end of life care, with cloud-based easily shared, advance care plans.

In this episode, Pete and Merran focus on the human rights approach to healthcare, aged care regulatory reform and the challenges behind decreasing and preventing over-medicalisation of dying and end of life. 

Learn about the changes and concepts in the advance care planning sector and  importance of advance care planning. Tune in to also hear a breakdown of The Royal Commission’s recommendation, 66B. Additionally, Merran helps us to understand technological determinism and explores adopting digital technology into aged care at scale.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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