What To Do After A Doctors Visit

Be prepared and know what to do before, during and after you see a doctor. This may expedite your visit and help you get the most out of your appointment.


Follow all the instructions, if any, that your doctor gives you.  Make sure to fill all of your prescriptions.  Having a health insurance plan will help pay the cost of prescriptions.  You can also get in touch with your insurance company to see what prescriptions are covered and what pharmacies are covered.


It is your responsibility to schedule a follow up visit if necessary.  Write down the date and time so you will remember it.


Review your benefits. When you are knowledgeable of the benefits your plan comes with, your medical bills will be easier to understand.
Go over your medical bills to ensure everything is correct.

Contact your doctor or health plan with any questions. If you have concerns between visits, call your doctor’s office. They can help answer questions you have about your health.

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