Sorry Works! Template to Improve Patient/Provider Dialog

March 11, 2013    |   By: Calevir

SorryWorks! has been promoting transparency and disclosure since 2005 and has outstanding tools to support that effort.   But often we struggle with setting patient expectations and opening up communication from the patient’s side.   SorryWorks! has developed a letter that physicians and other providers can use as a temple for their own handout  to open a dialog about how to communicate.   The template is available here.

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