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Sunday, April 1, 2018

Communicating with Your MS Healthcare Provider begins with the right questions to ask


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Having the right tool in front of you (or with you) may be all that is needed to effectively communicate with your Neurology Healthcare provider.

The communication tool seen below (page 1 showing), is a document tool that will make navigating through your MS neurology appointments more simplified.

Having this two-document (print from here) completed before your next visit then remembering to bring it with you are the first two steps.

Then giving the completed document to your neurology healthcare team is the third step.

Reviewing this information with your MS neurologist or MS nurse practitioner is needed next. 
Then having that person communicate with you about all the notes you made on this two page document will help you best, to communicate with your MS healthcare team.

Yes, having and using this two page document would Help You (the MS Patient), to effectively communicate with your MS Healthcare provider.

To obtain this 2-page document communication document, click here.


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