Arranging Followup

Behavior change requires follow-up. The physician may simply inform the patient of plans to follow up at their next regularly scheduled visit, making a note in the chart. Usually, however, initial follow-up should be scheduled within a relatively short period. Depending on the change being undertaken, follow-up may consist of a phone call a few days after a scheduled quit date, an e-mail inquiring about progress, or an in-office visit. After the initial follow-up, future contacts may often be spaced at successively longer intervals.

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