ADVOCATE FOR MASSAGE THERAPY AS A RECOGNIZED & RESPECTED HEALTHCARE PROFESSION
By Joshua Elan & Susan Rosen
Of course we have basic personal information and health history, and these days we have Covid policies. We've always had a bit about our office policies, but it was time to rethink what might have once been either too brief or overly convoluted.
In that spirit, we have been developing a document to clarify our framework of care goals. One primary concern is clarity of communication. One key element of communication is an explanation of what constitutes care, the LMT’s responsibilities and the patient’s responsibilities therein. Another vital piece is to make more clear the facts and expectations of insurance billing for those that are utilizing insurance.
Combining and clarifying our office policies into one more vital - and easy to read document has been a long time coming, and we hope you like the result. We are about to begin 'road testing' this new part of intake with patients, but it is not set in stone: we welcome your thoughts on how to make our intake paperwork process even better.
SRA Philosophy of Care Draft 5a - Google Docs.pdf
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