Thank you for tuning into the CRH BandWagon. We’re dedicating this month’s issue to YOU.
It has been a tumultuous couple of years, with what has felt like constant uncertainty, leaving many of us longing for some semblance of normalcy both in and out of the office.
We’ve watched as so many of you have dedicated yourselves and your time to your patients and your staff and we want to acknowledge your continued contribution. No matter your role, we know it hasn’t been easy, and you’ve shown up amongst restrictions, ever-evolving rules and unsettling circumstances. For that, we appreciate and celebrate you.
We want to provide an update on our ordering website (crhorders.com) and apologize for the intermittent interruptions you may have experienced. CRH is in the process of revamping this website to provide a better ordering experience for you and your team. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com if you ever need assistance in placing an order.
If you do not have an ordering login and would like to set one up, please send us an email HERE.
Are there any ways that CRH can make things easier at your clinic?
In-services: Do you have staff who would benefit from training? Our Clinical Support Specialists, Laura and Stephane, have a combined 10 years of experience as hemorrhoid specialists and are always eager to answer questions and/or schedule an in-service for staff.
Virtual In-Service: We now provide virtual In-Service offerings, which are a great opportunity for new staff to learn about banding and find out how to answer the simple questions patients ask!
Clinical Zoom Session: Would a Zoom call with one of our Medical Directors help to create additional banding opportunities or resolve clinical concerns for physicians at your practice? Let us know!
Intake Questionnaire: Have you considered adding one simple question to your intake questionnaire? We find that including, “Do you suffer from hemorrhoids?” is a great way to identify potentially symptomatic patients who aren’t aware that hemorrhoid treatment is an option. Patients are often embarrassed and therefore hesitant to ask questions about hemorrhoids, so, this can help start the conversation about treatment.
Do you have a patient success story you’re eager to share? Given that there can be fear and embarrassment around hemorrhoids, we find that often, patients keep their discomfort to themselves. We love hearing stories about patients who finally feel a sense of comfort and relief after banding with the CRH O’Regan System. Share your story HERE. A random winner will receive a $100 Amazon gift card and be featured in our next newsletter.