Printer friendly

What does AMD stand for?

AMD stands for Advance Medical Directive (legal document)

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government

See other definitions of AMD

Other Resources:
We have 255 other meanings of AMD in our Acronym Attic

Samples in periodicals archive:

ElderCare also requires that the CPA learn about issues he or she may not be familiar with--for example, the common physical or mental effects of aging, LTC alternatives and legal issues such as advance medical directives.
That act requires every medical facility that receives federal funds -- "and that's almost all of them because of Medicare," she said -- to ask people being admitted whether they have an advance medical directive and, if not, whether they would like one.
The packages range in price from $85 for a single Medical Directives Pack[TM] to $200 for a complete Smarter Will Pack[TM], which includes an Illinois will, living will, and advance medical directives (a healthcare power of attorney, property power of attorney, and HIPAA authorization).
Stating, as the bill does, that once a conscience objection is expressed and an advance medical directive is in place, the health care professional (though the bill only states physicians) shall comply with the Medical Consent and Natural Death Act (which is meant to guide objections relating to ethical or professional reason) is inadequate - this would mean that a physician or health care provider who has a religious or moral objection to a patient's advanced medical directive then make a "good faith" effort to assist the patient in finding someone else to provide the care in accordance with the patient's legal documents, while care is continued - rather than simply honor the patient's legal rights to begin with.