Kentucky MOST Coalition

The Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST) is an advance care planning tool, based on the POLST Paradigm, designed for those facing advanced and life-limiting illnesses. The MOST form was signed into Kentucky law in 2015 and became operational in 2016.

The coalition consists of 105 members from across the commonwealth, representing healthcare professionals from 15 counties, and has been meeting bi-monthly since January 2017. The MOST Coalition helps educate patients about their rights regarding the MOST form and how it can help them ensure the care they desire. For medical providers, the MOST Coalition does presentations around the state on the MOST form and its implementation.

Vision: The vision of the KY MOST Coalition is a community where people are empowered to make knowledgeable choices regarding their end-of-life that are known, respected and honored across all health care settings in Kentucky.

Mission: The KY MOST Coalition promotes the acceptance, implementation, and evaluation of the MOST form as a vital component of advance care planning for all Kentuckians. 

The UofL Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging was instrumental in founding the coalition and provides staffing support for the on-going management of the coalition.

 

To learn more about the MOST Coalition and about the MOST form,
visit the MOST Coalition website.

 KY MOST Coalition Website

 

 

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Questions? Send KY Most Coalition an email or call them at 502-208-8593