Today, people want to spend their money on experiences. Here’s how that can help your medical practice reach success.
Those of you who have been following my content over the years know that I am not a fan of discounting, especially when it comes… Read More »How the Pandemic Lessened Retail Discounting
What has the pandemic meant for elective procedure demand? From what we’ve seen, it’s meant a major surge in patients choosing to get corrective eye surgery, dental procedures, and other elective medical treatments. Why? Because the anxiety created by the pandemic caused people to examine in new ways what’s important to them.
We need feel-good stories, perhaps now more than ever. In this week’s blog post you will read about a retiring physician from Arkansas, Oncologist Omar Atiq who started his practice nearly 30 years ago. In an incredible act of compassion, he decided to forego the remaining balances owed by 200 of his patients – to the tune of $650,000. Read more in our latest blog post!
One of the “gifts” we’ve had access to during the pandemic is the ability to conduct a lot of activities, even while isolated, via the internet.
What would our world have looked like in 2020 if we didn’t have the ability to stay connected virtually?
In our latest blog post we look at what society would be like without the ability to communicate, work, purchase, download or stream.
This week’s blog post poses the question: Is this truly “the most wonderful time of the year” as the Christmas song goes? This year of 2020, that might not hold true for many of us. But, not everything is lost and the year is not canceled. We can still listen, laugh, and love.
Admit it, sales representatives play an important part in the function of a medical practice. The relationships you have with your best reps help keep the practice in good shape and keep you abreast of what’s new in technology and industry.
What are you doing to get creative and innovate, especially if you run a medical practice? Covid-19 has forced everybody to do things differently. While medical practices don’t have the same risk profile as an escape room business, they need to change and change fast.