There are a number of other issues you might include in your plan that are specifically geared toward the care provider. However, these conversations will likely come up well before the birth and therefore will have been addressed, whether they are featured in your plan or not. These topics will include pain management; your stance on having a cesarean section; and the handling of fetal/maternal distress, induction of labor, episiotomy, and the placenta.
This document can be submitted to the hospital or birthing center when you preregister, but it is a good idea to keep a copy (or two) with you at all times to make sure your care team has this vital information when labor begins.
Childbirth is intense but incredible. Hopefully, a birth plan can help eliminate some of your concerns, allowing you to relax and embrace the experience.