A lot of professional time, knowledge and skill goes into helping each patient. However, when it comes to achieving the best health outcomes, we must invest time into the client.
Your discharge instructions, treatment plans and care plans are one of the most important parts of your clinical process. It can make or break the outcomes of your clinical treatment, build stronger client relationships and make a strong professional impression.
It represents you as a clinician and demonstrates all the hard work and care that has gone into treating the client's pet and illustrates your skills. Designing your own specific case discharge instructions and plans is easy with VetCheck templates.
Digital discharge instructions not only add value and demonstrate a high quality of care, they are an important document in delivering your clinical expertise and recommendations in a way that your clients will best understand. Around 99% of customers engage with every VetCheck pet report shared from the system.
If you think about your own experience at your healthcare providers, how much do you actually take in? Pet owners don't necessarily have a background in healthcare and are often distracted by their pet at the vet visit. So, it is important to help set the client up with all the information they need before they leave to increase client satisfaction, compliance and most importantly to get the best pet health outcomes.
Digital discharge instructions that are optimised for mobile and more readily engaged with and allow the client to quickly contact the practice from the report in the case of an emergency.
With a 99% engagement rate with all VetCheck digital discharge instructions, you can help better inform your clients and increase satisfaction.
Common VetCheck Discharge Instruction Templates
You brought Sammy to be evaluated by the Internal Medicine Service today because you were concerned about his cough. Today, we performed tests that have helped us narrow down the possible causes of Sammy’s cough. Some of the results of these tests are still pending, and we do not want to initiate specific therapy until we have these results. However, in the meantime, we are starting to treat Sammy’s cough with a cough suppressant. Give the medication as described above and watch for signs of sedation. Please call us if you feel this medication does not improve his cough or if he appears overly sedate. We will call you with the results of the pending tests once they are in hand. We have booked Sammy in for a series of chest radiographs next Tuesday. He will need to be sedated for this procedure. Details of this procedure are below. Please ensure he has fasted from 10 pm on Monday night.
Fluffy was very brave today. She has recovered well from her ovariohysterectomy and general anaesthesia and her pain is well controlled. Please find some important information about her recovery below. Please follow the medications as per label. She will require an appointment in 10-14 days to assess her recovery. If you have any concerns, please contact us.