The Nebraska Emergency Treatment Orders (NETO) form is a new way to let patients speak for themselves in times of medical emergencies and accidents. It is a physician-led effort to improve decision making and continuity of care currently being piloted in the Omaha area. The goal is to remove the unnecessary burden on loved ones having to make complex decisions in times of medical emergency. Find out more about NETO and how to institute it in your community.
All healthcare providers in all healthcare settings are invited to join this event
Upon completion of the WebEx, participants will be able to:
- Recognize NETO, a new tool for continuity and advance care planning
- Describe framework for community utilization of NETO
Dr. Lou Lukas
Methodist Health System
Dr. Lukas is an Alumni of UNMC College of Medicine, board certified in Family Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and graduate of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Michigan. She’s designed and launched programs for seriously ill people in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Nebraska including being the driving force behind the Nebraska Emergency Treatment Orders (NETO). She’s currently the medical Director for Palliative Care at Methodist Health System in Omaha.