Forms for use in cosmetic practice centers, centers for cosmetic surgery, plastic surgeons, healthcare, medical offices.
General guidelines to using a Walker. A patient's and caregiver guide to using a walking. Protect yourself, be sure you have outlined safety precautions to the patient and leave a safety guidelines sheet with the walker.
This is a Botox Fee Schedule (or for any other type of dermal filler or any type of procedures where you wish to have a price list), includes procedures, prices, payment schedule and signature line for client. May also be used as a fee schedule form for any other type of surgical procedures, easily edit and change form fields to best meet your needs.
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.
General Restylane®, facial injections consent form. Patient authorizes physician to perform Restylane injections into muscles covering patient's forehead, face, chewing muscles, scalp, neck, or upper back. Form may be modified or edited to meet your own practice needs and or other types of fillers and treatments.
Medical Practice Surgery Cancellation Policy, provides information regarding the physician's surgery scheduling and rescheduling policy. It covers areas for scheduling an in-office procedure, scheduling surgery, rescheduling surgery can cancelling surgery, plus fees associated. Acceptance date and signature lines at bottom of form.
The form's purpose is to obtain patients signature acknowledging that patient received the HIPAA Privacy Practices Notice.
Did You Know? Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, the local health department is required to disseminate its Notice of Privacy Practices to all patients upon the first delivery of service after April 14, 2003, and to make a good faith effort to obtain the patient's acknowledgment that he or she has received the Notice.
This form is used used to obtain new client or patient, allergy and medication information. It has room for patient's personal information, allergies, medicines, vitamins and other supplements and for any insulin taken and dosage, keep in mind that form fields can be edited using Microsoft Word or other word processor..
This release form is used to obtain client photography and interview permission and includes rules by which patient/client must agree to abide in exchange of value received to client/doctor. Protect yourself if you will be taking photographs and/or will be using any other patient material for any type of purpose, be sure to have your client's permission in writing.
Proper, specific, and reproducible labeling of anatomic locations of dermatologic lesions or therapy is important to record as part of a patient's medical history. These drawings can serve as a list of locations treated (e.g. with Botox, etc.) proving very useful on patient's next visit.
A correspondence form to assist in communication and the sharing of information between patient and doctor is important piece. Each phone call, letter, or email is a piece of your patient's story. Sometimes, questions or disputes may arise, and documentation is independent evidence that can clarify details, and help avoid future confusion and misunderstandings.
You may print just a few, as needed, or take the artwork to your local print shop for quantity printing and drilling of holes on top of page.
Avoid malpractice suits that can tarnish the physician's reputation and raise malpractice insurance premiums by having your client accept binding arbitration of any dispute, avoiding the client's right to a trial. For use in California.
General cosmetic surgery preoperative and post-operative guidelines will help to help your clients and patients to adequately prepare ahead of time. Avoid emergencies and legal issues, be sure that your patients follow your exact pre-op and post-op instructions. Easily edit the form to your particular questions using Microsoft Word or other compatible word processor.
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.
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.