Business Scripts

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Business Scripts

Ethelind Calderon
June 10, 2011

Advanced Accounting Information System
AC571

Professor Jeffrey Pullen

Introduction and Summary
Susie calls to schedule an appointment with her doctor. She arrives ten minutes before her appointment and signs in. Since this is her first visit, she hands the receptionist her personal information. The receptionist inputs all her information in the computer and asks for her insurance card. Once that is entered, she then asks her to pay up front the visit fee. Susie pays the fee. She then takes a seat and waits to be called. Nearby on the table are some magazines that catch her attention. She proceeds to look through them. After 25 minutes of waiting she is called. She follows the assistant to a room, where her vital signs are checked and answers questions raised about the purpose of her visit. The doctor soon arrives and Susie is taken to another room to be checked by her doctor. Depending on the condition, her doctor may perform a physical examination in different orders and in varying detail. Once this is done, Susie schedules a follow-up and checks out.
Doctor’s Appointment
Before Your Appointment
• Gather your personal information.
• Have insurance information available to book an appointment.
• Call to schedule the appointment.
• Be specific with the reason for the appointment.
• Record your appointment date and time.
• Confirm your appointment a day ahead. Ask if there are special instructions you need to follow, such as not eating or not taking any of your regular medications prior to your visit.
The Appointment
• Get to your visit on time, but bring a good book or magazine.
• Upon arrival, give the receptionist your name, insurance information, medications, vitamins, supplements, and alternatives taken.
• Fill out any forms in entirety. Do not make your provider write your…...

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