If you're serious about starting a house-call practice, then this book is for you and you need to pay attention.
Medical Housecalls are back and they are more profitable than ever People often prefer house calls to visiting clinics or offices because house calls feel personalized and tailored to the specific need of the patient, as opposed to office visits, where the patient is treated like... well, just another patient. It is also an highly lucrative niche that with low overhead costs and barrier to entry.
In this Housecalls 101: Policy & Procedure Manual, Dr. Scharmaine Lawson, NP skips all the fluff and shows you how to set up your own successful house call practice. With examples and templates from her own successful house call practice, the guesswork is completely eliminated, leaving you free to do what you love... with confidence.
Here's a snippet of what you're going to discover in this ultimate guide to house calls:
- How to handle patient complaints
- New employee orientation procedures
- How to properly carry out a patient satisfaction survey
- Healthcare provider and staff behavior
- Maintaining contact after admission to a long term care facility
- ...and more
You'll also be equipped with an arsenal of professional sample letters and template forms. All you have to do is fill in the gaps and you're in business
Informative and practical, this book is written to help you transition into the highly rewarding field of Primary Care Housecalls. Whether you're a nurse practitioner, physician, physician assistant or other health provider looking to begin a house call practice, there's something in these pages for you.