Wash. bill offers immunity for following advance directives

03/14/2013 | Seattle Times, The · San Francisco Chronicle

The Washington state House approved legislation that would give health care providers immunity when following valid forms of end-of-life directives. Supporters said it would ensure clinicians can follow patients' wishes without a liability risk. Opponents said it could create conflicts if a patient completed different end-of-life directives.

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