Do you use a protocol when you perform your instrumental assessments? Should you? Are you aware of the benefits for other parties involved in our studies?
How thorough are your reports? Do you write down everything? Or just a tiny bit? These reports follow our patients to their next level of care so it’s critical that we provide all of the information necessary for our colleagues to provide the best treatment possible.
In the second of this 3 PART episode, Matt Ward dives in to the importance of a protocol and how our reports can follow these patients for forever.
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