• It's Your Health Care. It's Your Choice.

    Make a health care plan that promotes everyday wellness & person centered care, all through your life.

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  • Who's Your Agent?

    It's your right to choose a trusted person as your advocate. It's easy to do!

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  • Make a Health Care Plan

    Use our 3 Step Planning Guide to make a personal plan, or help a loved one or friend make a plan.

    Do-it-Yourself »
  • Connect to Care

    Our Community Partners help you to start a discussion, make a plan & connect to care in your community.

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My Health Care Plan


Our 3 Step Planning Guide helps you make a personal plan. START HERE by exploring your legal rights, medical information, and values & beliefs to make choices for care.


Download a free Massachusetts Health Care Proxy and Personal Directive (Living Will), and learn about the 5 MA Planning Documents to communicate your choices.


Put your personal health care plan into action. Work in partnership with your care providers and talk about your goals for care to promote wellness and honor your choices.

About Honoring Choices

It’s Your Health Care. It’s Your Choice. 

Everyone has rights to be fully informed about your health care and to make choices for care that are right for you. Everyone needs a Health Care Plan to promote your everyday wellness and receive the best possible care at every phase of health. We provide health care planning information and  MA planning tools to help you, an Agent or Guardian, to make a personal plan and to work in partnership with care providers to receive care that matches your values and choices. Honoring Choices Community Partners can help you and your family to start planning discussions and connect to person centered care, all through your life.

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Meet Our Community Partners

New England QIN-QIO

Lynne Chase,
MA Program Director

New England Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization is convening community coalitions of providers and patients to improve care coordination, reduce re-admissions, and help to ensure that every care transition is a safe transition.

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