Bridging the Gap: Making Inactive Patients Active Again
How many bridges have you burned today... this week... this month...
this year... this decade? Many more than you probably are aware of.
Allowing a patient to become inactive is like burning a bridge and
effectively placing your patient at a point of no return.
How to Win in 2011
The chairman of the Federal Reserve says that unemployment is likely to
stay high for years. New housing and construction are weak. There is
fear of a "double-dip" recession and uncertainty about the real impact
Vacation can be a magical time. Away from the demands of patients and
staff you can recharge your batteries, visit new places and even smell
the roses. But some vacations just don't seem to measure up.
Reducing Your Practice Overhead
Like many things in life, the proper way to manage overhead is not a
rote formula and is certainly not the same for every doctor. There are
many things to consider, including your practice goals, income goals,
how much time you want to spend in the practice and what services you'd
like it to deliver.
The Wellness Revolution Has Arrived: Are You Ready?
There is a wave of wellness awareness sweeping across America today as
people lay claim to their own health and well-being. Gone are the days
when patients humbly went to a doctor and trusted that their physician
had all of the answers.
Patient Service: The Key to Your Marketing
Without a doubt, referral-centric marketing remains an essential
component for any marketing mix. While it may be tempting to chase the
latest trends in marketing, never overlook the importance of attracting
referrals from your patients.
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