The U.S. Living Will Registry provides an easy, low-cost, turn key solution for states wishing to start an advance directive and/or organ donor registry. The Registry electronically stores advance directives and organ donor information, and makes them available via secure Internet 24 hours a day. The states of Vermont, Washington and Nevada used the Registry to develop and launch their state advance directive registries. The states of Vermont and Washington utilize the services of the Registry on an ongoing basis to manage their registries.
Utilizing our existing time-tested, custom designed system makes setting up a state registry fast and easy. Our sophisticated software can be customized with the look and feel of your state's web pages, and features can be customized to comply with each individual state's statutes and regulations.
The Registry can also set up Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) and Physician
Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST) registries quickly and
easily using our existing software infrastructure.
Our system allows for remote uploading of documents into the
database giving instant access to the document anytime and anywhere.
This makes these time-sensitive and critical documents available
on-line to responding ambulance crews, paramedics and EMTs as well
as to physicians and other health care personnel anytime, anywhere.
Your state's tax payers will not have to fund the high costs associated with software design, hardware purchase and ongoing maintenance, not to mention the savings from salaries and benefits for personnel that would be needed to staff the registry.
Click on the pictures to see how the Vermont and Washington state registries work, and then call us to discuss how we can help set up your state registry by calling 908-654-1441. For more information, click here.