How to Develop a Unique Tone in Patient Communication
Texting is the most common way for people to communicate. And almost everyone is part of at least one group message with lots of friends or family members. In these groups, multiple messages are ...
It's Almost Here!!!!
Tomorrow is Halloween...and you know what that means! It's Monster Mash time. Justin Everette (our brilliant, experienced, and, most importantly—FUN!) VP of Marketing is hosting this holiday webinar ...
The Why, How, and What of Patient Outreach: Engaging and Educating Between Visits
Why is patient education important? As a healthcare provider, staying connected to your patients in between visits is critical for building your patient relationships. Additionally, keeping your ...
Meet the Monsters: Hum Drum
This month, we will be introducing you to some of the scariest monsters that attack our practices on a daily basis. As you learn more about their sneaky techniques, you will be able to fight them and ...
How to Create Newsletters Patients Can't Wait to Read
This is a preview of one of our free guides. Check it out and get your patients excited! In the excitement of the latest and greatest marketing tool—like video, snapchat, interactive content, or ...
Simple Ways to Stay Connected with Patients Between Visits
Imagine this. You connect with a business associate at a conference. You like bouncing ideas off one another and promise to meet up again soon. But life gets in the way and eventually the ...
How (and Why) to Segment Your Patient Newsletters to Specific Audiences
Did you know that segmented newsletters (where different newsletters are sent to different groups of patients) are an incredible way to create real connections with your patients? These newsletters ...
Creating Newsletters that Hit Home with Patients
Sending regular newsletters is one of the best ways to connect with patients regularly. It keeps your practice fresh in their minds, provides valuable information, and sets YOU up as the expert in ...
 5 Ways to Get Patients to Look to You for Patient Education instead of "Dr. Google"
Oldie but goodie! This post was originally published in July 2014 and updated in Jan 2018 as part of an on-going series highlighting popular past posts. It’s one of the things you most dread hearing ...

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