Hear from our President

Click the image below to hear from our President and Co-Founder.  Below this video is a timeline telling the story or ACP Decisions.

The Story of ACP Decisions

More than a decade ago, Angelo Volandes, MD, MPH, helped his patients with advanced illness make informed choices about their care by taking them into the hospital rooms of patients undergoing different treatments, such as being intubated or having a feeding tube. Many patients remarked that they would not have been able to envision how differently their lives would be affected by certain choices if not for this experience.

MAY 2009

Video Decision Support Tool for Advanced Care Planning in Dementia: Randomized Control Trial

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JAN 2010

Use of Video to Facilitate End-of-Life Discussions With Patients With Cancer: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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ACP Decisions is formed

MAY 2012

A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Goals-Of-Care Video for Elderly Patients Admitted to Skilled Nursing Facilities.

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ACP Partners with Everett Clinic

JAN 2013

Randomized Controlled Trial of a Video Decisions Support Tool for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Decision Making in Advanced Cancer

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ACP Partners with HMSA

DEC 2013

icon-acp-tools-contact-shadowACP Decisions announces “ACP Tools” for iPad and iPhone

MAR 2014

icon-acp-tools-contact-shadowOffline Access to Videos is added to the “ACP Tools” App

APR 2014

ACP Decisions releases its

Implementation Toolkit

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APR 2014

The Washington Post

Washington Post Features ACP Decisions

Angelo Volandes, internist and co-founder of ACP Decisions, describes the service he and his team provide to better inform patients about their medical options at the end of life.

SEPT 2014

Spanish Videos Announced

Videos for Goals of Care, CPR, & Hospice available in Spanish

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FEB 2015

CNBC

A conversation everyone should have—and too often don’t

CNBC | BY DAN MANGAN

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JUL 2015

Boston Globe

New guidelines may encourage more talks about end-of-life care

Discussing end-of-life wishes a strain for doctors, patients

BY FELICE J. FREYER

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