Forms for use in cosmetic practice centers, centers for cosmetic surgery, plastic surgeons, healthcare, medical offices.
Pre treatment instructions for Botox treatment, leaflet with instructions for patients who will be receiving Botox injections.
Pre treatment instructions for Restylane® treatment, leaflet with instructions for patients who will be receiving Botox injections. What to expect, what to do prior to treatment, what to do 24 to 48 hours before treatment, additional recommendations and notice of who should not be treated with Restylane. To avoid legal issues be sure you patient is well informed, before and post treatment.
A list of frequently asked questions about Botox and Botox injections, patient handout / leaflet. Easily editable using word processor.
A form authorizing the clinic or doctor's office to charge a patient, certain amount of money if the patient misses his/her's scheduled appointment day, unless said patient informs the clinic or doctor, within a certain amount of hours in advance to cancel or make other scheduled appointment.
With its contemporary design and host of features, it is sure to enhance any cosmetic practice or existing medical or doctor's office wanting to do away with their old patient intake forms and replace them with new, updated, contemporary forms without going through the expense of new form typesetting and offset printing fees. Print as many as you need and edit them as your office needs change in time.
An office, sign-in register for patients to sign-in when they enter the office.
Form may be printed in your office and only print the amount you need or may be delivered to your local print shop for quantity printing.
A patient's guide to using a Nebulizer. Includes sections and guidelines on: goals, equipment preparation, equipment usage, troubleshooting and safety precautions and additional medication precautions. It also has a section near bottom of form with the medical equipment's business name and a telephone number for the patient have difficulty, needs assistance or does not understand something.
Tip: Protect your medical supply rental business, be sure you have outlined safety precautions to the patient and leave a safety guidelines sheet with any type of medical rental equipment left in location with a patient or caregiver.
A medical release form is a document that gives healthcare professionals permission to share patient medical information with other parties. Patient's must first sign a release.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “An authorization is a detailed document that gives covered entities permission to use protected health information for specified purposes, which are generally other than treatment, payment, or health care operations, or to disclose protected health information to a third party specified by the individual.”
Did You Know? Verbal medical release agreements are not sufficient because they are impossible to verify if there’s ever a disagreement. Healthcare staff need a written copy on record with a signature to protect themselves. If you are ever instructed to share healthcare information on behalf of a patient, make sure you have them sign a release form.
This form is used provided to client by physician so he can obtain a comprehensive breast history prior to considering breast surgery.
Includes both, sections for written responses and multiple choice using check boxes. Fully edit the questions to your particular practice needs.
The form is intended to clarity, to client/patient of their financial responsibility with medical services and procedures.
This form recognises that there are patients, members of the community who cannot speak English, and others that have other communication needs. This translation statement is intended to ensure that measures are in place across the office to support communication with everyone whose first language is not spoken english, does not communicate by the spoken work or has any form of communication difficulty.
The form acknowledges that the health care or interpreter has explained the procedure or course of treatment to the patient to the best of his/her ability and acknowledges that he/she believes the patient has understood. Signature and date lines for patient and interpreter.
Protect your rights, be sure non English speaking patients have had all procedures explained, what procedure is likely to involve, including risks, alternative treatments, including no treatment and any particular concerns to patient and that he/she fully understood, avoid legal issues along the way.
Did You Know? Responsibility for arranging translation or interpreting services lies with the organisation and not the service user.
A patient's guide to using an Oxygen Concentrator. Includes sections and guidelines on: goals, equipment preparation, equipment use, safety guidelines to use when oxygen is not in use, and troubleshooting. It also has a section near bottom of form with the medical equipment's business name and a telephone number for the patient have difficulty, needs assistance or does not understand something.
This notice describes to your clients and patients how medical information about them may be used and disclosed and how the patient can get access to this information.
The Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a federal program that requires that all medical records and other individually identifiable health information used or disclosed by a physician, whether electronically, on paper, or orally, are kept properly confidential. This Act gives the patient, significant new rights to understand and control how their health information is used. HIPAA provides penalties for covered entities that misuse personal health information. This information provided to client or patient is required by HIPAA.