You’ve got your healthcare providers email address, phone number, and email address.
You’re ready to start your first conversation.
You’ve just completed a phone call with your healthcare practitioner.
Now you need to talk to your primary care physician to see if she has any questions or concerns.
How do you get the healthcare practitioner to engage with you?
The short answer is that you need a good communication process.
In this article, I’ll walk you through a simple, non-violent communication process that I’ve created for you, which can be used to help you get started.
What are we talking about?
The communication process is a process that provides you with information, which your healthcare professional can use to inform your health care decisions.
It’s important to realize that it’s not necessarily about having answers, but rather about building a conversation.
What you need To get started, you’ll need a few pieces of information that your healthcare specialist can use for your communication process: A written record of the conversation.
If you want to talk about an upcoming appointment, you might record a note to yourself, a written list of questions you want answered, or a summary of what your primary healthcare practitioner said.