Whether practice growth is one of your new year resolutions or not, now is a great time to put some energy into your public-facing spaces. From decluttering your office to refreshing your website and social media, our fall lineup of posts included a whole bunch of helpful tips and tricks. Take a moment now to read up, and get ready to usher in a more profitable 2020.
Lack of time may truly be the biggest roadblock for the neurologist who wants to create digital content to help build their neurology practice. But in today’s online world, digital content is marketing currency. It can be shared on your website, and on social media channels to connect with potential patients and referring physicians. In this post you can learn how to make use of content you probably already have. READ MORE >
Referral sources want two things from the physicians they refer to: “Take good care of my patient and make it easy for me to work with you.” Taking good care of patients is something you do already, but do you have the systems in place for consistent communication with your referrers? In this post you can learn about creating these systems and the top rules for marketing to physician colleagues. READ MORE >
Do you have a social media strategy for your practice? Nearly 70 percent of all Americans are on Facebook. Knowing this, many medical practice managers are turning to this social network to engage with current and future patients. In this post you will learn how to leverage Facebook to grow your practice. READ MORE >
When someone looks for a new doctor these days, the first step is usually a quick Google search. Even if they ask for recommendations from friends or check online review sites, we all know that they will end up checking out the practice’s website before settling on a new physician. So beyond simply having a website, you need to be sure it provides visitors what they need. In this post you will learn the key ingredients to make your website work for you! READ MORE >
Is your office a cluttered mess? Is it causing you stress? If so, help is on the way because the maven of tidying, Marie Kondo has a new book coming up. It’s called Joy at Work: Organizing Your Professional Life. In this post you will learn how decluttering your office might be the missing piece to reducing procrastination and anxiety. READ MORE >