The strange thing to me about incentivizing the clinician through the payment system to do these consults is the Docs last guy I'd go to for end-of-life advice.
I'll ask the doc my odds --I ask the odds of going south on any intervention-- but my fear is a Doctor's "hero" training. He'll want to do extraordinary interventions because that's what he was trained to do.
Worse, I'll find myself an interesting case and he'll keep me going for research; a study for his paper (Chicago has a lot of academic medicine.)
I'd turn to my minister and others for advise on seeking or refusing more care; not my provider.