We’re sharing some additional new year’s resolutions that can help to make your private practice be the most successful it’s ever been.
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Every year most of us create a New Year’s Checklist…We vow to lose weight…Promise to take up a new hobby…Plan to spend more time with loved ones…But how many of us make resolutions to do something proactive to build our private practice?
During the holidays but especially Christmas there is considerably more natural consumption and this year so much of this will be via web and phone. Here are some marketing ideas for your private practice during the holiday season.
One of the biggest issues in private practice done right, is developing a step-by-step game plan of what to do, and exactly when. I am often asked “Can you please tell me what to do next?” The reality is, successful private practice is formulaic, and with a little effort, you too can develop or revamp your own Step By Step Implementation Game Plan.
Practice Building and Mrs. Smith – “I can only be about your health not your insurance”.
In the last 3 practice building tips, I spoke about how
you can never be about the patient’s insurance,
only about their health.
Private Practice and Social Media? Here are our Top 4 Tips for Social Media That Works. Ignoring the potential of social media for your private practice growth is almost a recipe for certain failure these days.
Are You the Private Practice Media Authority for Your Community? Information, both excellent as well as pure crap is everywhere when talking about about pain, disease, medication, and of course complementary and alternative care. And information continues to grow, in fact to explode on a daily basis.
Don’t let these myths about content marketing mislead you—here’s what you need to know today about content marketing for your private practice.
Effective communication is the cornerstone of a healthy private practice and good patient outcomes.
Is It Time You Redesigned Your Private Practice?
Discipline weighs ounces, regret weighs tons. The title of today’s article is one of my favorite quotes from the since passed business great Jim Rohn. I was very fortunate to be exposed to Jim very early on in my career.
The details of your online presence have a strong influence on long-term sustainability for private practice owners. You already know that a strong online presence is essential to bring in new referrals and keep current patients engaged. But have you ever thought about what patients see when they Google you? Rest assured, it’s more than […]
But the reality is that you deserve to be financially successful in your private practice. Therefore all your communications, marketing, and, indeed, every system, must support your personal intention to help your patients get—and then stay—well.
Too often, private practice owners get in trouble by not maintaining their focus; protecting their practice and, especially, its reputation as the powerful business it can be. This means impeccable staffing, cleanliness, efficiency, and everything else anybody paying for premium service desires.
There really is no room for error in healthcare today, especially in private practice. Today though let’s talk about one of the most commonly-ignored growth and personal satisfaction strategies as private practice owners. That is, surveying existing and prospective patients.
It’s no secret. I’m a play junkie. If I don’t go outside and play, regularly, I get cranky, stale. Daily work becomes harder, stiffer, less fluid. You probably are the same. But maybe it’s been far too long since you let yourself find out.
If you have been in practice even a few short years your next “New” Patient is someone you have treated before.
It has been said, that “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything”.To be truly independent, on this great day of American Independence you need to know where you stand on the major cornerstones of your life.
Now you might ask, what defines power? I define it as really living the life of one’s dreams. Despite fear. Despite the economy. Despite sometimes insurmountable odds.
For those that spend any time in an ER or as an EMT, you see life is brief everyday. Back in our nice clean offices we are shielded from harsh realities.