How to Market to American Healthcare Consumers

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How to Market to American Healthcare Consumers

How to Market to American Healthcare Consumers The average American consumer reads at a 5th-6th grade level. Yet most doctors and medical staff write to them at a 10th-12th grade level… and that’s just half of the communication problem. The … Continue reading

You’re Invited To An Evening Focused On Your Practice Success

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You’re Invited To An Evening Focused On Your Practice Success

If healthcare reform and America’s bleak economic picture have added more anxiety and fear to your professional life and stalled your practice growth, then you must attend this complimentary dinner event. During this event, you will learn how to: Attract … Continue reading

Medical Practice Marketing How to Convert Patient Inquiries and Track Your Marketing

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Medical Practice Marketing How to Convert Patient Inquiries and Track Your Marketing

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guLl7FJxbCU] Converting the highest possible percentage of new patient inquiries and tracking where those calls are coming from is especially imperative in a tough economy. Lori Waltz, Practice Builders Training Program Consultant, discusses how to overcome objections, answering the “Why … Continue reading

How Staff Training Can Increase Your Revenue

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How Staff Training Can Increase Your Revenue

How Staff Training Can Increase Your Revenue The Value of 200 Lost Phone Inquiry Calls Even the American Medical Association (AMA) has weighed in on this issue. A recent AMA study shows that the average practice loses over 200 inquiry … Continue reading

Why 9 Out of 10 Doctors Don’t Market And Why You Should

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Why 9 Out of 10 Doctors Don’t Market And Why You Should

Why 9 Out of 10 Doctors Don’t Market And Why You Should There are two reasons why physicians don’t market. One is that they already have the all the patients, case types, professional referrals and practice revenues they could ever … Continue reading

Webinar: Top Ten Successful Practice Marketing Secrets

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Webinar: Top Ten Successful Practice Marketing Secrets

Webinar: Top Ten Successful Practice Marketing Secrets Register now: http://bit.ly/eIbsqp Cost: FREE Tuesday, January 25, 2011 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM Pacific Stand Time (Q & A session at the end of the webinar) Presenter: Jonathan Vidal Whether your practice is … Continue reading

Nine Ways to Help Achieve Patient Conversions Via Your Website

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Nine Ways to Help Achieve Patient Conversions Via Your Website

Nine Ways to Help Achieve Patient Conversions Via Your Website Here are nine key areas in which your web strategy can deliver patient conversions for your practice: 1. Define the role of your website in your practice We can’t overemphasize … Continue reading

How to Achieve Comprehensive SEO on Your Website

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How to Achieve Comprehensive SEO on Your Website

How to Achieve Comprehensive SEO on Your Website Putting Your Practice on Top of The ‘Hit’ List Your website is really only as good as its placement on the search engine results page (SERP) when a prospective patient or client … Continue reading

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How to Market to American Healthcare Consumers The average American consumer reads at a 5th-6th grade level. Yet most doctors and medical staff write to them at a 10th-12th grade level… and that’s just half of the communication problem. The … Continue reading