Patient Education Materials

 

The Physician Alliance provides a variety of free resources to our physician members to help improve quality metrics, incentive dollars and patient care.

The Physician Alliance created the following patient education marketing materials for our practices to use to stimulate conversations with patients regarding important preventive screenings, decreasing utilization of tests and more. Practices are encouraged to display in waiting areas and exam rooms, and share with patients.


The following forms can be downloaded and printed (click on the highlighted link) for use in your practice:

Antibiotic use

6 facts you should know about using antibiotics for bronchitis poster

Rx ‘non-prescription’ (antibiotics) flyer

Rx ‘non-prescription’ (PEDIATRICS antibiotics) flyer

Cancer screening

6 facts about breast cancer screening poster

6 facts about colorectal cancer screening poster

Pap and HPV test poster

Care management

6 tips for managing low back pain poster

Care management services poster

Managing bronchitis poster

Rx ‘non-prescription pad’ (low back pain) flyer

Diabetes management

6 ways to manage your diabetes poster

6 tips for lowering diabetes risk poster

Diabetic eye exam poster

Patient diabetes self management form

Patient diabetes action plan form

Understanding diabetic retinopathy poster

General care

Accurately measuring blood pressure (for practices) poster

Patient asthma self management form (9 years and under)

Patient asthma self management form (10 years and older)

Patient checklist (primary care) poster

Patient healthy lifestyle self management form (17 years and under)

Patient healthy lifestyle self management form (18 years and older)

Patient heart failure self management goals form

Tips for lowering & taking blood pressure pad (with patient tracking sheet) handout

Vitamin D testing poster

Telemedicine

Telemedicine tips (for engaging patients) poster

Telemedicine ideas (for practices) poster

Urgent care

Urgent care poster

Urgent care handout (practices can add customized info)