We've done the work for you in this customizeable Power Point presentation! 
We know how hard it is to talk to physicians about new timetables and stricter requirements for a specific principal diagnosis -- but change won't happen until you effectively explain to physicians why you are asking for things to be done differently, and how they can accommodate the new requirements. 
Add your agency's logo to these Power Point slides  and use them to help explain all the changes to the physicians referring patients to your agency. We've included a brief explanation of what RCD is and covered the 4 questions physician documentation should answer for a complete referral. We've also explained what is needed for a valid f2F.  This presentation also provides a brief overview of PDGM and explains new requirements for a specific principal diagnosis. 
A helpful resource for agencies trying to concisely explain changes to busy physicians! 

***Note: This version does NOT include our brochure template, but we do sell a product that includes both this Power Point and the brochure template. 

The Physician's Role in RCD and PDGM

  • This product consists of 29 Power Point slides in a presentation designed to explain all the changes under RCD and PDGM to physicians.  Customize with your agency's logo on the cover page and add any additional information you'd like --  or use it as is. We've done the work for you in preparing the slides! 

    It should be used as part of necessary conversations with physicians  to bring about change in timeframes for signatures and more specific principal diagnoses. 

    This package is the Power Point only. Would you like a brochure template so that you can print out copies of a brochure to leave with the physician and office staff? A package containing this Power Point Presentation along with a brochure template is sold separately. 

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