Trying to understand behavior tactics and proper procedures at a new patient’s visit can be some of the most challenging things we face as clinicians. We don’t think about these topics a lot, but it can be quite difficult to know who the patient is and what their expectations are before they even sit in your chair.
How much time should I spend with them?
What procedures should I do for them?
What do they really want versus what do I think they want?
Our new course, Creating a New Patient Experience with Intention, aims to help you understand and appreciate systems that will facilitate a more predictable new patient and case presentation experience. You will also have a better understanding of how to avoid anxiety that often revolves around diagnosis and treatment planning with an emphasis on co-diagnosis and the routine use of photography.
There’s a lot more where that came from! Stay tuned for future courses brought to you by Dr. Frank Spear.
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