Pediatrician reports—why bother? [PODCAST]

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It’s so important for IBCLCs to be seen as part of the care team for the breastfeeding families we serve. One way we can impact our presence in the care team is to communicate with the other providers working with the breastfeeding family. Today we will discuss what we need to send to the other providers on the care team as well as strategies to make this process effective and efficient.

So if you struggle with motivating yourself to write and send pediatrician reports, or if you’re wondering if anyone even reads them, you’re not alone. Leah Jolly IBCLC and Annie Frisbie IBCLC have both been there and been frustrated by that, and in this episode of the Lactation Business Coaching Podcast we’ve got some ideas for you on how to get them done and get them read. We’re talking what to write, how to send, and why they’re so important.


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About Us

Leah Jolly is a private practice IBCLC with Bay Area Breastfeeding in Houston, Texas. Annie Frisbie is a private practice IBCLC serving Queens and Brooklyn in New York City, and the creator of the Lactation Consultant Private Practice Toolkit.

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Lactation Business Coaching

We're Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC and Leah Jolly IBCLC. We share a passion for compassionate and professional lactation private practice and meeting our business goals while helping families reach their feeding goals. Each time we talk, we learn something new and we’re inspired to keep ongoing. We have regular podcasts and interactive Deeper Dives.

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