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Got Missed Appointments? These 2 Sample Letters Hold Patients Accountable

Posted on 15. Jun, 2009 by in Toolkit

Missed appointments cost you money. And if you want your no-show policy to be effective, your patients must be crystal clear about the fees you’ll charge for missed appointments, as well as the potential for dismissal if they miss multiple appointments.

Don’t waste time trying to write no-show policy letters from scratch. Simply customize these two sample letters to ensure your medical practice doesn’t lose time and money on no-shows. The first is a sample warning form, and the second is a sample dismissal letter.

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1) SAMPLE WARNING FORM

Dear ______________,

It has been noted in your chart that you have missed at least two scheduled appointments with our office. We ask you to show consideration by notifying our office at least 24 hours in advance...

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