e Podiatry Consent Forms

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e-Podiatry Consent Formsassist podiatrists in solo, small and large group practice in standardizing and automating their informed consent process and other important patient disclosures.

 

e-Podiatry Consent Forms™ are crafted by combining industry leading procedure-specific surgical content [i.e., descriptions, risks, benefits, alternatives, recovery, etc] with physician user modifications. Our samples illustrate pre-built consent forms assembled using this unique professional process. And, they are customizable for personal use.

 

Please review our essays and AHRQ-styled samples to confirm that e-Podiatry Consent Formsmeets the requirements of your modern surgical practice, podiatry group, Ambulatory Surgery Center or clinic. Pricing information is for each CD-ROM, which provides an unlimited “print-to-own” license, without time-bombs or expiration dates.  

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Side-by-Side Comparison 

[Static Paper versus Interactive ePCFs

Traditional “Last-Gen” Generic Static Consent Forms   

 

Customizable Next-Gen Interactive e-Podiatry Consent Forms 

More information: MarcinkoAdvisors@msn.com

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Customize > Print > Save > Repeat

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Written by cmps

August 19, 2008 at 10:39 am

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  1. Sample Forms

    Sample forms are abbreviated and copyrighted for illustrative purposes only. Look and feel is similar to actual product. A copy of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader™, and MSFT-WORD is required for use.

    Management

    October 4, 2008 at 10:38 pm

  2. Bulk Discounts Available

    Each copy of e Podiatry Consent Forms™ is protected by a sophisticated copy protection technique. Once installed on a stand-alone PC, any attempt to copy them will produce error codes. User license is not transferable; tracking is with Digital Rights Management [DRM] technology automated mechanisms.

    However, we offer deep multi-office discounts to physician executives.

    Contact us for more information:
    MarcinkoAdvisors@msn.com
    770.448.0769 [voice]

    Management

    Management

    October 4, 2008 at 11:13 pm

  3. Extreme Customization Available

    Did you know that e Podiatry Consent Forms™ is deeply customizable? Well, it is!

    I was a beta-tester for this product and was very pleased at its ease of customization. Simply type in your changes, deletions or updates etc; then print and save for future use. As your surgical expertise grows, and patients and venues change, so will your consent form modifications? Start off with Version I, and progress to Version II, in due time.

    Or, when satisfied with your modifications, use the same form for each surgical procedure by replacing your patient’s name, as needed. There is no time-bomb or license-limit. You can even create a new-original form, for each and every patient, for each and every procedure, and for each and every surgery.

    With e Podiatry Consent Forms™, you are in complete control of the surgical consent process; from [1] informed patient discussion, to [2] document preparation, and [3] form redaction.

    Make extra hardcopies too; for patient charts, ASCs or hospital use. Or, electronically store in your digital files. Yes, it’s that easy. MSFT WORD® 2003, or higher, is required.

    Customize > Print > Save > Repeat

    Doctor Beta
    Atlanta, Georgia

    A Beta Tester

    October 14, 2008 at 6:48 pm

  4. A Product Review

    It takes about 5 minutes to learn how to use the e Podiatry Consent Forms™ program. If you are already familiar with Microsoft WORD®, it takes about 2 minutes, or less. Just realize the yellow highlights are “live and customizable”, and ready for patient and procedural modification; all else is fixed.

    Then, save, print and repeat as much as you want; just like the instructions say. Don’t worry; any character symbols do not translate to the printed consent form pages, which always look perfect.

    Feel free to use B/W or color ink; or change fonts, style and size. Place you practice name, address and/or logo on each form, as well. Do whatever you wish!

    This is a really a slick, and simple, program. But, my suggestion is to play with the website samples before you purchase. Or, let your secretary do so. Then, buy and use with confidence!

    -A Reviewer

    A Reviewer

    October 14, 2008 at 8:43 pm

  5. Sample “Live” Templates
    [Instructions for Sample Review Use]

    The actual e Podiatry Consent Forms™ software program-file is divided into more than 50 “live consent form templates” for each version.

    But, here we give you two sample templates to evaluate and review our style, format and extreme customization capabilities. Simply scroll up/down, or use arrow keys, a pointer or a mouse to locate the consent form sample template that you need.

    Select the appropriate “blinking cursor” procedural form. Complete the patient and practitioner information prompts by customizing the “live” yellow-cue document highlights; and then print, save and repeat as often as you like.

    Customize … Print … Save … Repeat
    Chief Technology Officer
    http://www.ePodiatryConsentForms.com

    Chief Technology Officer

    October 17, 2008 at 4:53 pm

  6. More On “Checklists”

    Did you know that the John Hopkins School of Medicine established the Center for Innovation in Quality Patient Care, a learning laboratory that teaches front-line care providers how to troubleshoot and helps them get the resources to do it?

    For example, on many units, the use of “checklists”, like pilots use before take-off, has slashed the incidence of catheter-related bloodstream infections by more than 50 percent. And, the “checklist” concept also has been used in the Hospital’s intensive care units to improve patient care rounds.

    Sounds like customizable e Podiatry Consent Forms, doesn’t it.
    Just too new-wavey, you say?
    Nope, Hopkins began the “checklist” program in 2004!

    Source: Hopkins Medicine [Spring/Summer 2004]
    http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/hmn/S04/feature1.cfm

    Editors

    October 22, 2009 at 5:56 pm


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