Episode 30: What Your New Patient Packet Must Have
April 14, 2021
You’ve scheduled your first patient. But that's only the first step in getting them to that first visit. You need a new patient packet.
The new patient packet has two purposes:
- To collect information from the patient
- To provide information to the patient
There are several ways in which your patient can access the new patient packet:
- Through your EMR's patient portal
- On your website
- On your Facebook business page
- A physical, printed folder
What goes in the new patient packet?
- Information you get from the patient
- Registration form
- Insurance information
- Patient questionnaire and history intake form
- Medical records release form on file
- Release of information form
- Information you give to the patient
- A comprehensive financial policy statement
- Credit card on file policy
- HIPAA policy statement
- Controlled substance agreement
- Patient responsibilities form
- Brochure with a practice overview and provider bio(s)
- Educational materials
- Directions to your office
The two key takeaways from this episode are that a professional, comprehensive new patient packet will help
- You and your practice make a great first impression
- Improve your practice’s workflow
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