feenix2 at bellsouth.net
Mon Feb 7 09:22:20 PST 2000
This would NOT, repeat NOT, move in the desired direction of
professionalism. We must split off the fabricating and selling of devices
from the professional person who deals hands-on with the patient-client,
determining when fitting is appropriate, resolving the choice of
components, forming and modifying the socket and perfecting the alignment.
The money will still be there, for both arms of the effort, with prestige
added on for the reliably educated professional. GB.
"John T. Brinkmann, CPO" wrote:
> I would like some of your thoughts on using the reports of
> patients/clients in local advertising. I'm interested in hearing some
> of the experiences of smaller facilities. Are there implications, legal
> or otherwise, in compensating those whose reports/pictures are used? Is
> it necessary and/or prudent to have a written understanding between the
> facility and the spokesperson? What are the differences between putting
> together a brochure and contacting local news media sources? Any
> Your input is appreciated.
> John T. Brinkmann, CPO
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