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Practice Tips: Business


Effective Best Practices and Feedback from Members and Partners

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Practice Tips from Members

  • Stagger appointments apart to encourage fewer patient interactions
  • Sanitize before each patient appointment and don’t leave sanitizing spays or wipes in common areas unsupervised as patients may take them
  • Switch to a “parking lot waiting room” policy where you offer a texting service to notify patients, while they are sitting safely in their car, when to come into the practice for their appointment. MedResults partner, Turbo Medical Marketing, offers a texting service to MRN members and can complete full implementation in your practice within 3-5 days.
  • If your practice has the capability, consider implementing a telemedicine system to provide virtual consultations, follow-up visits, post-surgical and post-treatment visits, or non-critical care appointments.


Guidance on Employee Issues from MedResults Partner, CEDR HR Solutions

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Communications and Telemedicine Resources from the NORCAL Group

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Practice Tips from Members

  • Advise patients who’ve traveled internationally or have experienced cough, fatigue, fever, or shortness of breath to reschedule their appointments for a future date.
  • Advise elderly and higher-risk patients to change all non-urgent visits to a later date.
  • Consider permitting only one caregiver to accompany patients to your location for appointments.
  • Send any medical provider over the age of 65 and those that display any sickness home for an extended period.
  • Implement a policy that postpones elective surgeries for patients who are 65 or older.
  • Consider rescheduling elective surgeries for most or all patients as hospitals may not have the capacity to perform emergency surgery in event of an incident.

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