Whether you are working within a government organisation or a private practice, a varying component of your referrals are going to be directed to you from colleagues and other medical practitioners. In the case of hospitals, there will be protocols in place about appropriate reporting content and frequency. But what about in private practice? How often do you write?What information do they want? What information do they not want?How do they want to be communicated with?How technical do they understand? Step 1. Know Your Referrers In essence, I would suggest you do what we did. Firstly contact you main 5-10 referrers in person. For the most part this will require an appointme...
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