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Speaking with your doctor concerning your healthcare can be difficult. These are just a few of the resources the BCMP can share to help guide you on the best ways to talk with your doctor about your healthcare needs.

It is very important to speak with your doctor or healthcare provider about all of the drugs (including over-the-counter) you are taking. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has a form available where you can keep track of all the drugs you are taking. The form can be filled out and brought with you to appointments for discussion. Download the form from AHRQ here.

If you have a smartphone, you can download the QuestionBuilder app from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to help you create and save questions for your next doctor visit. Learn more about the QuestionBuilder app here.

If you are concerned about memory loss, the Alzheimer’s Association offers a checklist that can be filled out and taken to your next doctor visit. Download the checklist here.

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