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March 4, 2015

The Missing Link to the Ideal Patient

Join us for a free webinar with Gary Kadi


We’re excited to present Gary Kadi, founder of NextLevel Practice, in an upcoming webinar!

Gary will educate and guide you through the Missing Link of the Ideal Patient. You will also have the opportunity to:

  • Earn 1 Free CE Credit

  • Receive a free copy of Million Dollar Dentistry

  • Receive a one-time exclusive offer of the NextLevel Practice VIP Intake Form

Space is limited, so register today!

Webinar Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm Mountain Daylight Time (Denver, GMT-06:00)
Duration: 1 hour

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Tagged Topics: Tips & Best Practices | Partnerships & Integrations | Patient Relationships | Patient Retention | Solutionreach News

March 3, 2015

Remind, Revive, Resurrect

Tips for Customizing your Patient Recall

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How well are your patients staying current with their recommended regular care visits?

As a Solutionreach customer, you have access to the most powerful tool to ensure continued care success, but are you taking advantage of the most unique capability within your platform? Customizing communication with your patients (so they are receiving appointment reminders at the time and in the way that is most preferred and convenient for them,) will result in the most successful and desirable health outcomes.

How often you recall your patients is completely up to you. Your platform comes with recommended/default settings, but you always have the ability to change these settings to best fit the needs of your patients and practice. For a point of reference, here’s a look at the platform’s current settings- again, feel free to adjust these as you see fit, depending on availability or patient needs:

(Keep reading…)

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Tagged Topics: Tips & Best Practices | Tip Tuesday | Electronic Messaging | Patient Engagement | Patient Retention | Recare & Patient Reactivation

March 2, 2015

20 Tips & Tools for Editing Your Images, Part 2

A Photo Editing Crash Course


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Last week, we looked at some common and useful tools in image editing software. Here are the other ten handy tools and tips that you need!

11. Change the canvas size – Some image editing softwares allow you to choose the size of your workspace and adjust it as you work. This option will generally be in the menus across the top of the program. This is really handy if an image you want to add to your project is larger than the original image you began working with.

12. Eyedropper – Use the eyedropper to grab a swatch of color that you want to use elsewhere in your project. Advanced user tip: Want to match a color from your website? Snip a patch of the color, upload the image into your image editing program, and then use the eyedropper to replicate the exact color.

13. Gradient – The gradient tool lets you select two colors as end points and the color well blend in between. This look really classy on your images.

February 24, 2015

Tip Tuesday: Sharing Patient Reviews on Social Media

A quick tutorial from the Solutionreach experts


Solutionreach users, this Tip Tuesday is for you!

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Today’s tip is about how to share a review on Facebook and Twitter. Sharing reviews on Facebook and Twitter will help you gain new patients, draw more attention to your business page, and help gather referrals.

Here is a brief step-by-step to get you going:

  1. First, make sure your Solutionreach account is set up to automatically gather reviews from Post Appointment Surveys.

  2. Next, go to the Review Management feature located on the left hand navigation bar. The first tab, titled ‘Microsite Reviews,’ contains all the reviews Solutionreach has automatically gathered from Post Appointment Surveys.

  3. Once you have selected the review you would like to share, click on the title of the review to view additional options.

  4. A box will appear to respond to your review as well as a link on the right hand side of the screen to Share on Facebook and Twitter. When you click the link to share the review, it will take you to the Social Networking page.

  5. Next, you have the option to edit your post, choose to post to either Facebook or Twitter, and make any changes if needed.

  6. Once you’re ready, simply click “Post Update” and the review will be sent to your Facebook timeline or Twitter page.

When your review is posted, it will also have a link your patients and others can click on to read additional reviews. 

This is one of the many ways Solutionreach can help your practice gain a better presence on Facebook and Twitter. If you have any questions on posting reviews to social media or if you are not sure if your account is automatically gathering reviews, please call your dedicated Client Success representatives at 800-258-7744 and we will be happy to help you.

And there you have it! See you next Tuesday!

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Tagged Topics: Tips & Best Practices | Tip Tuesday | Generating Patients | Highlighted Solutions | Online Reputation Management | Social Media

February 23, 2015

20 Tips & Tools for Editing Your Images

A Photo Editing Crash Course


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Anyone wanting to foray into creating their own digital images for their business should know the basic types of images they will generally be creating. Once you’ve selected a program or software to edit these images, you will also need to understand what tools are available within your photo editing software and how they work to help you produce edited images.

First, a list of image types and their uses:

  • Banners – These generally grace the top of a document or web page to announce you to your audience. They often include your logo, and tend to be wide and short.

  • Birthday Images – Something cheery that wishes your patients well on their day! Perhaps include a coupon in the image as well.

  • Reminder Images – Your Solutionreach reminder image should represent your practice well; make sure it gives off the impression you want to send your patients. Don’t forget to include your logo. These images are usually more square.

  • Ads – You will likely create several ads for post online or in newsletters. These can be of all shapes and sizes and may include compiling several images together.

  • Graphics for Newsletters – Including images in newsletters enhances their look and appeal. The graphics tend to feature stock photos of happy people, photos of your actual patients, images of relevant products, pictures of your office, your staff, etc. These can be all shapes and sizes.

And now, 20 tips and tools you need to get it done!

  1. Alpine Dental Example of Practice Logo
    Have your logo handy. You will probably not create your logo by yourself (not that you can’t…), but this is important to have it to help you in the creation of your other images. Using a copy of the original image file is best.

  2. (Keep reading to get the rest!)

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    Tagged Topics: Tips & Best Practices | Marketing Monday

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