Premier Practice Institute
1: How do I create the right Medicaid Questionnaire for my firm?
Your questionnaires should be unique to you and your law firm. They should be based not only on the information you need for the legal service you are being hired for, but should be designed
to give you the information you need to have a successful first client appointment.
2: Let’s Get to Training!
In this section, you will find our recent webinar on this topic. We have a clean recording for you right here to watch in case you missed the live session, available to you 24 / 7 / 365.
3: Your Sample Medicaid Questionnaire
As we said before, what works best for you may not be what works best for your colleague. You need to ensure that you have what works best for your ecosystem.
This also will include determining what type of questionnaire you need. For example, do you
want to have a questionnaire for:
- A single person
- A married couple
- An adult child or decision maker on the case
Or, by contrast, do you want just one questionnaire that suggests to a potential client that he or she “leave blank” areas that do not apply to them. Furthermore, do you need a more inclusive retainer than address more than one practice area. If this is what you want in your law firm, what can you include? Or exclude? Also, how will you explain multiple practice areas to your client?
4: Law Practice Management Software Considerations
Law practice management software may be able to assist you with your questionnaire as a part of your Active Intake process. There are types of law practice management software available now that offload much of the intake process to the potential client. From filling our names correctly and adding the names of multiple decision makers or providing critical information on decisions and personal information, you are able to automate much of this process, while also allowing for your employees to assist a potential client within law practice management software.
If you would like to learn more about this process, take a look at the training resources in our Law Practice Software Library section.