Four Great Ways to Upgrade Your Booklet

We know how much effort and time you put in to making the orientation booklet look perfect for your patients. It’s a great representation of your business, and it’s a great reflection of the quality home health services you provide. But did you know you could upgrade your orientation booklet to include additional features? By adding one simple upgrade, your book can go from good to great!

Here are a few options to consider:

  • Update your cover. Though the saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover,” sometimes it’s hard not to do. Our graphic design team can work with you on a new logo or graphic to spruce up the front and back cover. Adding color ink to a white cover is free of charge, so there’s no reason not to!
  • Add perfect bind. Perfect binding is a type of binding we do for larger booklets instead of saddle stitching. Perfect binding looks similar to the spine of a paperback book. Though there’s an upcharge to add a perfect bind if the book is less than 72 pages, the end product looks really attractive.
  • Adding NCR paper. This is our most commonly-used upgrade. Adding an NCR or carbon copy to a form is simple and it makes the admission process even easier! There is an added cost to adding NCR paper to your booklet, but the benefits outweigh the minimal cost.
  • Adding a color insert. Do you have a something that’s vital to the patient to see or read? Adding a color insert is a great option! We have a catalogue of color choices available that would stick out from the rest of the booklet so your patient is sure to see it.

Upgrading your booklet is a simple way to increase the aesthetic of the booklet and improve the home care orientation process. Interested in adding one of these features to your existing booklet? Give MedForms a call today to reorder and discuss your options!

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