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It’s Not too Late to Complete Your Practice Comeback Plan

Posted on Apr 29, 2021 by Karla Socci Somers

    GettyImages-1170062281Last week, we announced our webinar series: Completing Your Practice Comeback – A three-part series on rocking your practice operations in the “new normal.”

    Did you sign up? It’s not too late! You can still join us for Session 2: Adapting to New Patient Expectations, on Thursday, May 6th.

    As we all know, during 2020, a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic brought sweeping changes to the entire globe. And while the clouds have parted, and patients are returning to their healthcare routines and preventive care appointments, many of our traditional processes will never go back to what we were used to in 2019. 

    Experts say that COVID-19 accelerated the public’s adoption of technology by more than five years. The Pew Research Center reports consensus among experts that by 2025, we will live in a far more “tech-driven” world than we ever anticipated. Is your practice ready to embrace this change?

    In this second webinar, Adapting to New Patient Expectations, you’ll find answers to questions like:

    • What does this change mean for you going forward?
    • How has the use of technology changed in the industry?
    • Which tools did patients like most and which ones are most likely to stick around?
    • How can you keep relationships strong while using technology?

    Join us for this enlightening webinar with practical information about staying on top of this tech revolution. 

    Register for Adapting to New Patient Expectations webinar today.

    Register Now

    Karla Socci Somers

    Karla Socci Somers

    Karla Socci Somers has been working as a marketing professional for the healthcare industry since 2014, and before that, she wrote content and designed logos for a variety of small businesses. Her educational and professional backgrounds include interpersonal communications, interest-based negotiation, conflict management, and graphic design. Karla has an affinity for rescuing German Shepherd Dogs who need extra help socializing with their humans.

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